Oxyfuel Brazing Primer
In the March/April 2014 issue of Practical Welding Today Harris technical director Robert Henson and manager of special products David Gailey discuss the common brazing alloys, base metal and fitting preparation requirements, and potential pitfalls you could encounter in oxyfuel brazing to ensure optimal results.
When oxyfuel brazing is chosen over welding for metal joining it is because the process is simple to perform, does not melt or otherwise distort the base metals, and allows for high tolerance control. Another reason that many people opt for brazing is the ability to produce joints without the need for secondary finishing and to allow joining of dissimilar materials.
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