Brazing is a material-joining process that uses a filler metal, and usually an anti-oxidizing solvent called flux, to join two pieces of metal together without melting the base materials. Instead, induced heat melts the filler, which is then drawn into the base materials by capillary action.
- Join a wide range of metals, even ferrous to non-ferrous
- Heat only narrowly defined areas
- Ideal for integration into production lines