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braze

the high-melting solder or alloy used in brazing

braze

[brāz]
(metallurgy)
To solder metals by melting a nonferrous filler metal, such as brass or brazing alloy (hard solder), with a melting point lower than that of the base metals, at the point of contact. Also known as hard-solder.

braze

To join two pieces of metal by a hard, nonferrous filler metal, usually in rod or wire form, having a melting temperature above 800°F (427°C).

braze

To solder using metals with a very high melting point, such as with an alloy of zinc and copper.
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On the basis of geographic regions, global Braze Alloys market is segmented into seven key market segments namely North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, Japan, and Middle East & Africa.
Some of the identified major players operating in the global Braze Alloys market are as follows:
Silicon exerted favorable action on structure of the braze seam being formed: refined the grain and accelerated progress of carbide transformations in the seam system, preventing formation of complex-alloyed boundary eutectics.
Beads of brazing alloys above the gap, as well as the braze seams themselves, had a dense homogeneous microstructure.
Nickel diffusion braze alloy and method for repair of superalloy.
After several years of purchasing CuproBraze heater cores from another source, Vintage Air recently procured and installed its own CuproBraze production line and now it brazes its own copper-brass heater cores.
CuproBraze brazes copper fins to brass tubes, producing exceptionally strong, reliable radiators and charge air coolers that offer distinct performance and cost advantages compared to traditional aluminum designs.