Brazing; Procedures for brazing; Types of brazing

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: Ezechinyere Kingsley

<pre class="wp-block-preformatted has-vivid-cyan-blue-color has-text-color has-normal-font-size"><strong>BRAZING </strong>It is a process of joining two or more metals together using a solder called spelter. An alloy of copper, zinc strip and wire, where strengthened and high level of heat is required. Brazing is a type of hard soldering, that ranges from 450o C and 550o C. Brazing is used for making stronger joints and a red heat is usually needed to melt them. Different equipment is used for brazing because a soldering iron cannot reach the high temperatures that are needed for hard soldering or brazing. Brazing filler metal is stronger than silver solder, which is stronger than soft solder. Brazing solders are made for strength. They are used in: <div class="sign-up-notice-after-excerpt-two" style="background-color:powderblue;"> You are viewing an excerpt of this lesson. Subscribing to the subject will give you access to the following: <ul> <li>The complete lesson note and evaluation questions for this topic</li> <li>The complete lessons for the subject and class (First Term, Second Term & Third Term)</li> <li>Media-rich, interactive and gamified content</li> <li>End-of-lesson objective questions with detailed explanations to force mastery of content</li> <li>Simulated termly preparatory exams</li> <li>Discussion boards on all lessons and subjects</li> <li>Guaranteed learning</li> <li>Win great prizes for topping the <a href="">Primacy Ebooks</a></li> </ul> </div> <div class="sensei-message info"></div>

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