Dip Brazing is a metal joining process that uses a molten salt bath flux to break down metal oxides and enable a filler metal to diffuse into the base metal at the braze joints. Upon completion of the brazing process, all of the braze joints solidify and form a firm metallic bond.
Complex Assembly Dip Brazing
The dip brazing process utilizes a 1100 molten salt bath immersion process to braze complex geometries together. This process is used to join multiple components together with braze joints in any orientation at any thickness. This versatile process is used to manufacture anything from a simple waveguide assembly to a complex air-cooled chassis. Vitesse Systems uses proprietary pre-braze design elements and fixturing to ensure tolerances can be held on the most complex assemblies.