Brazing

Brazing is a metal-joining process whereby a filler metal is heated above melting point and distributed between two or more close-fitting parts by capillary action. The filler metal is brought slightly above its melting (liquidus) temperature while protected by a suitable atmosphere, usually a flux. It then flows over the base metal (known as wett...
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Brazing

A group of welding processes that produces coalescence of materials by heating them to the brazing t
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brazing

a metal joining technique that uses a molten filler metal alloy having a melting temperature greater than about 425 C.
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Brazing

a metal joining technique that uses a molten filler metal alloy having a melting temperature greater than about 425 ° C.
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Brazing

A non-fusion joining process which uses capillary action to draw a filler material into the joint to form a bond. The properties of the joint are not the same as the parent metal. Brazing uses a filler material which melts at above 450 degrees Celsius.
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Brazing

Brazing is a form of soldering by means of a kind of brass called spelter. The surfaces to be united are thoroughly cleaned, and heated by a forge or blow-torch, spelter is then applied to the joint in the form of a wire or filings along with borax which acts as a flux.
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brazing

brazing, method of joining metal parts using nonferrous filler metals with high melting points such as copper, silver, and aluminum alloys. Brazing differs from soldering (see solder) by using a higher temperature; and unlike welding, the parts are not melted. Brazing is best for dissimilar or thinn...
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Brazing

Joining a tube and a lug by melting another metal (usually silver or brass) that has a lower melting point into the junction.
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Brazing

Joining metals by flowing a thin layer, capillary thickness, of nonferrous filler metal into the space betweenthem. Brazing temperatures are in excess of 427°C.Bonding results from the intimate contact produced by the dissolution of a small amount of base metal in the molten filler metal, without fusion of the base metal. Sometimes, the filler met...
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brazing

Method of joining two metals by melting an alloy or metal into the joint. It is similar to soldering (see solder) but takes place at a much higher temperature. Copper and silver alloys are widely used for brazing, at temperatures up to about 900°C/1,650°F. Where high precision is needed, as in space technology, nickel-based filter...
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brazing

process for joining two pieces of metal that involves the application of heat and the addition of a filler metal. This filler metal, which has a ... [1 related articles]
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brazing

type of welding using a brass alloy filler rod.
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brazing

Type: Term Pronunciation: brā′zing Definitions: 1. In dentistry, to solder.
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