hydrogen brazing

hydrogen brazing

[′hi·drə·jən ′brāz·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Brazing in an atmosphere rich in hydrogen.
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Capable of reaching temperatures up to 1500[degrees]C, this system offers an alternative to the highly capital-intensive equipment such as vacuum brazing and/or hydrogen brazing furnaces used to treat localized areas of large parts.
In one industrial application, a large-scale hydrogen brazing furnace reduced its reject rate from more than 90 percent to less than 10 percent, according to company literature.