Brazing is a metal-joining process in which metals are joined together by melting a filler metal into the joint. The filler metal has a lower melting point than the adjoining metal and flows through the joint by capillary action. Brazing can be used to create strong joints in similar and dissimilar metals and is a viable alternative to welding in certain cases.
The aim of this one and a half day course is to provide a greater understanding of the principles of the brazing process, both theoretically and practically. Delegates can expect to cover, health and safety requirements, safe setup and shut down of equipment, fault finding, flame adjustment, gas pressure setting, and brazing techniques to produce a sound joint in a variety of materials.
This programme uses a mixture of group Q&A sessions, presentations, demonstrations along with practical application to fully involve participants.