SOLDERING AND BRAZING


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SOLDERING AND BRAZING
SOLDERING AND BRAZINGIn general, soldering may be described as either soft or hard, depending upon the type of material used for the soldering bond, which determines the temperature required in the process. The difference between soft soldering and brazing, or hard soldering, is in the temperature. By definition, if the filler metal has a melting point of more than 800°F [426.67°C], the process is called brazing, or hard soldering.There are a variety of techniques used to apply solder to joints. These include the small-quantity and maintenance techniques of iron soldering and torch soldering, which are discussed later in this chapte…
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Michael J. Kroes; Ronald Sterkenburg: Aircraft Maintenance & Repair, Seventh Edition. SOLDERING AND BRAZING, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export