Product Announcement from Aztalan Engineering, Inc.
Brazing is a heating process in which two or more like or unlike materials are joined together by means of another metal alloy with a lower melting point. Braze joints can be made exceptionally strong, sometimes stronger than the two metals being joined.
Braze joints are liquid- and gas-tight, can withstand shock and vibration, are unaffected by normal temperature changes, provide good electrical conductivity and can be easily plated using conventional processes.
Soldering is the process of joining metals by means of alloys that melt between 350°F-700°F. The strength of the joint depends on the chemical composition and cleanliness of the surfaces to be joined. Soldering produces liquid- and gas-tight joints quickly and at low cost.
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