Brazing in a vacuum is a technique for bonding various materials that creates extremely strong joints.
The method can be used to braze modular components with complex geometries and multiple joints. This helps to streamline production processes and save costs.
We braze various materials in our vacuum furnaces , including steel, stainless steel, copper and carbide.
- Various materials can be combined
- Enables flux-free brazing
- Supports brazing of voluminous, heavy and flat-surfaced components
- Component surfaces remain oxide-free following brazing
- Depending on the material, brazing and hardening can be performed in the same process
- Consistently reproducible product quality
- The brazed joints are exceptionally strong and corrosion-resistant
- High dimensional stability thanks to program-controlled heating and cooling
- Mould and tool making
- Vacuum technology
- Test and measurement equipment
- Automobile industry
- Hydraulic components
- Heat exchangers
- Heating elements
- Steel/carbide joints