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vacuum brazing stainless steel

Vacuum brazing or vacuum brazed is a fantastic way to quickly and affordably produce joints, whether you intend to fabricate a stainless steel component yourself or have a contractor do it. In order to ensure a robust, ductile bond, vacuum brazing also employs high-temperature filler metals like aluminum or magnesium.

Selecting a braze alloy

To successfully braze stainless steel, the right vacuum brazing alloy must be selected. Brazing alloys are used to join materials with different properties. Not all braze alloys, though, are appropriate for vacuum brazing. It takes practice and knowledge to choose the proper braze alloy.

Three or more metals are used to create braze alloys. The base metal's properties may alter as a result of these components. The flow of the metals can also be impacted by the braze alloy's composition. Another crucial factor is the alloy's melting point. Narrow melting ranges are a common feature of braze alloy formulations.

The base metal's melting point and the braze alloy's melting point shouldn't coincide. By doing so, liquation will be avoided and the base metal won't be dissolved by the braze alloy. Additionally, braze alloys need to be heated at the proper rate. The braze alloy may spall off the joint if it is heated too quickly.

Why choose TIJO Metal Materials vacuum brazing stainless steel?

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