Brazed joints are strong:On non- ferrous metals and steels, the tensile strength of a properly made joint will often exceed that of the metals joined. On stainless steels, it is possible to develop a joint whose tensile strength is 130,000 pounds per square inch.
Good joint appearance:Brazed joints have a better appearance in comparison to welded joints.
Brazed joints are ductile:Brazed joints are able to withstand considerable shock and vibration.
Brazed joints are leak-proof:Properly, made braze joints are leak-proof, making brazing a highly adopted method for joining copper pipes and tubes.
Brazed joints are usually easy and rapidly made:One can easily join assemblies that combine ferrous with nonferrous metals, and metals with widely varying melting points.
Brazing is essentially a one-operation process:There is seldom any need for grinding, filing or mechanical finishing after the joint is completed.
Brazing is performed at relatively low temperatures:Low temperatures, reduces the possibility of warping, overheating or melting the base metals being joined.
Brazing is economical:The cost- per-joint compares quite favourably with joints made by other metal joining methods.
Brazing is highly adaptable to automated methods:The flexibility of the brazing process enables you to match your production techniques very closely to your production requirements.