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Silver Brazing

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Brazing is used to join two or more close-fitting parts using a filler metal that is heated to melting point and is allowed to flow into the space between the parts by capillary action.

The filler metal has a much lower melting temperature than the parts being joined. A flux is used to help the molten filler metal to flow and “wet” the space between the two parts. The parts are then allowed to cool which joins the work pieces together.

Because of the lower temperatures, this process is used when parts being joined are adversely affected by high temperatures such as those used in arc welding.

Some of the advantages of Silver Brazing include:
Lower temperatures
Can be used to join dissimilar materials
Can be used to join materials of different hardness and strength
Ideal for thin wall tubes and smaller components
Applications:
Brazing of hard carbide gripper tips in jaws
Joining and sealing of hydraulic fittings
Joining of tubes and pipe

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