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There are a few steps to take when using copper to aluminum brazing techniques to ensure a smooth process. These steps include choosing the appropriate alloys to braze with and cleaning the joint after the brazing or brazing copper process is finished.

Basic steps

It is common practice to use a brazing torch to join copper and copper alloys. Copper brazing or brazing copper can be performed with or without flux. There are a few basic steps to brazing copper, regardless of whether the metals being joined are copper, brass, nickel, titanium, or another alloy.

Getting the right brazing temperature is critical to getting the right results. As a general rule, heat the base metal to the melting temperature of the brazing alloy. The flux should then be applied to both surfaces. Then, to finish the braze, apply a constantan layer on top.

Apply a small amount of flux to each surface for a successful braze. Flux is a fluid that protects against the effects of oxygen and water. It also strengthens the bond between the two surfaces. Flux forms a barrier that prevents oxidation when heated. The flux also aids in the free flow of the solder.

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