High Purity Alloys → More Predictable Product Performance

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Jan 15, 2019

Improve Product Performance with High Purity Alloys

For many industries, higher quality alloys yield better connections, better assemblies, longer life and more predictable product performance. Lucas-Milhaupt manufactures high purity alloys to meet your most stringent requirements. How are high purity alloys formed? What applications benefit from their use? What types of high purity alloys are available? Join us for answers to these key questions.

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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade

Vacuum Brazing Success

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Jul 28, 2016

 

The most common brazing processes include torch, induction, resistance and furnace brazing. In furnace brazing, filler metal in the form of pre-forms or paste is placed onto an assembly to be joined. This type of brazing includes either a protective atmosphere or the evacuation of the surrounding atmosphere-called vacuum brazing.

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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade, Furnace

Furnace Atmosphere

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Dec 3, 2013

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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade, Furnace

Vacuum Tube Grade Brazing Alloys

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Oct 16, 2012

High-Purity Brazing Alloys
Although the final properties of the brazed joint depend on a number of factors, in most cases the use of VTG alloys, allowed for manufacturing of strong and ductile joints, are hermetically sealed. Further benefits of using VTG alloy, depending on application and service conditions, include but are not limited to improved wettability, oxidation and corrosion resistance.

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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade, Furnace