Torch Brazing Brass to Copper with Braze™

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Oct 14, 2013

Braze 560 alloy is a near eutectic. Watch our three-minute video to see how this material freely wets and flows on brass and copper components. We will show you the critical steps for successfully fluxing and brazing parts to achieve quality joints.

Watch for tips on the correct amount of flux to apply, plus the proper way to heat the joint. Then, you will see when to apply filler material and watch the fluidity which allows capillary action.

After quenching the part and removing flux residue, you will learn how to inspect joints to ensure success in the field. These brazing techniques will result in consistent, quality joints for copper-brass components that are leak-free and robust in performance.

Please feel welcome to share this link with associates. As an industry leader in brazing, Lucas-Milhaupt is committed to helping you achieve Better Brazing. Our video on Capillary Action may also be of interest. 

As always, contact us for assistance or more information on Lucas-Milhaupt brazing products or services.

Topics: Low Silver, Copper, Torch