brazing alloy

brazing alloy

[′brāz·iŋ ¦al‚oi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy used as a filler metal for brazing; copper alloys and nickel alloys are used for brazing of steels.
Solder that does not melt below red heat. Formerly known as hard solder.
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is metalized on a ceramic surface, and nickel (Ni) plating is applied, then brazing alloy (BAg-8) is used for joining.
Thanks to the neutral flame and high temperature (3650 deg C) the brazing alloy penetrates deeper into the joint producing stronger connections.
Brazing alloy type NI 102, NI 105 and NI 107 were used in experiments.
Brazing of the creep-resisting nickel alloy IN-718 is characterised by the active interaction between the brazing alloy in the parent metal.
Critical to the machine is a fusion paste brazing alloy consisting of atomized filler metal, proper flux, and a paste binder blended together.
I was sent out to open up a West Coast branch for a welding rod and brazing alloy company,'' Ross said.
19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Silver and Gold-based Brazing Materials Brazing is defined as the process of joining two metals by deploying a filler metal such as a brazing alloy.
The main aim of the method reduces amorphised foils as the brazing alloy is the formation of the microstructure and mechanical properties of the brazed joint is equivalent to those of the brazed alloy as a result of its long-term isothermal holding.
The company manufactures a super-alloy and brazing alloy mixture that is used in the repair of stator vanes of high-pressure turbines in jet-aircraft engines.