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Brazing and soldering - what's the difference?


Frequently asked questions

Brazing and soldering are in essence very similar in that a filler metal (the braze or solder) is melted between the two components to be joined. The distinction between the two processes arises from the temperature at which the filler melts; brazes melt above 450°C, solders melt below 450°C.

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