- Many materials such as copper, brass, steel and cast iron can be accurately machined and silver soldered together for a stong and reliable joint, eliminating leaks of air/fuel or hydraulic pressure.
- SOFT SOLDERING: This process is mainly for small items where heat and distortion are to be kept to a minimum, examples include carbureter parts, decorative brass components, fuel or water pipes.
- SILVER SOLDERING: This process is highly underrated and if performed correctly provides an incredibly strong joint. Strict clenliness and joint preparation are essential but many items can be almost invisibly joined. broken/cracked cast iron is one material that responds well to this type of repair.
- BRAZING: Used for manufacture and provides an on-surface joint of reasonable strength many components are made by joining parts together and can be repaired by un-fusing, manufacturing a new section and re-joining.
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