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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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BU Brazed and Fusion Bonded Heat Exchangers has shown great development during the last few years, Fredrik Ekstrm continues.
The shear strength of chromium carbide based cermets, brazed in vacuum with AFM joints, is given in Fig.
After heating, the brazed tools are generally quenched in water.
Solubility decreases with a reduction of temperature, but the brazed joints (central area is), produced using the BNi-2 (Ni--7Cr--4.
The results of traction test for spot brazed samples Breaking force, Yielding force, Sample [kgf] [kgf] -1 100 100 0 300 270 1 700 650 2 -- --
For example, brazed copper-brass serpentine fin designs could be made less expensively than soldered plate fin designs; they are thought to be more durable than soldered serpentine fin designs; and when compared to aluminum constructions, they offer enhanced cooling efficiency as well as being more rugged.
In the brazed plate heat exchanger sector FlatPlate has a turnover of around 12 million US dollars and is a leading player on the global market.
One of the issues related to resharpening was that the steel cutters with brazed carbide edges changed shape as a result of the regrinding.
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.
1a) and the outer diameter of 18 mm should be brazed to a brass flange by the use of CuP7 brazing alloy and the flux type SUPERAN H1.
The cutting edge is strengthened through the incorporation of a new brazing technology and all corners are brazed individually.
The TAW 5 x D insertable insert drill eliminates burdensome and costly regrind and recoating of brazed tools by reducing brazed drill inventory.