CoxMHP are experts in the Brazing Process. We offer a wide-range of services such as induction and silver wire brazing. Induction brazing uses a filler process of combining two or more metals that have a lower melting point than the base material. Induction heating uses an electromagnetic field created by an alternating current from an induction coil. Whether you’re working with stainless steel tubes, hydraulic hose assemblies, copper tube assemblies, and stainless steel to brass or titanium we can manufacture these. The induction process is a lot shorter than flame brazing. We can build better joints than your average facility because of our state of the art machining.
CoxMHP uses silver brazing, which is a silver alloy based filler brazing also called hard soldering. They have several other percentages of metals like zinc and copper. From these we utilize fastening hardmetal ceramics and cement. “Pretinning” is used to melt the brazed alloy onto the hardmetal tip. This helps solve the problem of materials becoming difficult to wet. Braze metal joints are thick enough to give cushion, and the joints are stronger than the base materials. We value your business and these processes are so efficient they help eliminate waste, saving time and money.
CoxMHP utilizes torch brazing process often for a variety of applications. It’s typically used for small production or in specialized processes. Three processes used in torch brazing are manual, machine and automatic torch brazing. Manual torch brazing is a procedure where heat is applied using a gas flame on the joint that is being brazed. It can be handheld or placed in a fixed position depending on if the operation is manual or has a certain type of automation. Manual brazing is used in small production or where other types of brazing become impossible due to the size of the part. High operational skill is required for manual brazing to get quality joints brazed. CoxMHP has the experience to braze any application.