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Category: Brazing

  1. Brazing stainless steels

    Most stainless steel types, with the exception of titanium or niobium stabilised grades, can be brazed. Brazing is a useful joining method for thin walled or delicate parts where welding can result in distortion. It is also useful for high volume production joining where continuous furnaces are employed. The three main procedures for brazing stainless steels in common use are brazing in air with flux, brazing under reducing atmosphere, vacuum brazing.


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