Brazing is the process of joining two or more metal parts into a single assembly at a temperature of at least 450º C and using a filler metal alloy that will melt above 450º C, but below the melting point of the metals to be joined. Silver brazing alloys produces a structural bond between the joined metals.
- Silver Brazing Alloys
- Cadmium free Silver Brazing Alloys
- Phosphorus Copper Brazing Alloys
- Special Soft Solders
- High Temperature Brazing Alloys
Good Brazing practice requires
Proper joint design
Correct ally selection
Controlled heating technique
Product forms produced by Thessco Ltd.
Availability is governed by the characteristics of the selected alloy, but the forms generally available are:
Rods, plain and flux coated Wire
Preforms as washers / rings/ special shapes
Fluxes in powders and shape