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PuroBrite™ System for Heating and Treating

The PuroBrite™ system for heating and treating is a proprietary heat treating process that puts the needs of customers first. If you have tried other heat treating processes and received bad customer service or poor workmanship, the PuroBrite™ System for heating and treating is just what you need. Unlike big metal working companies that simply […]

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Common Mistakes to Avoid When Brazing Stainless Steel

Whether you enjoy metallurgy as a hobby or plan to start your own heat treating company, one of the measures of your success is likely to be how you perform stainless steel brazing. In most cases, internet sources for stainless steel brazing focus on performing the process as it should be performed. However, it is […]

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Brazing Versus Welding

Brazing and welding are heat treating processes that join pieces of metal together. The primary difference between the procedures is that brazing joins pieces together by melting a filler metal that distributes between the entire connective surface, whereas welding joins pieces together at narrow points by melting them together using a filler metal. When it […]

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Benefits of the PuroBrite™ System for Heating and Treating Stainless Steel

The PuroBrite™ system for heating and treating stainless steel is one of hundreds of brazing systems available from as many heat treating companies. Why should you use the PuroBrite™ system for heating and treating stainless steel instead of a competing system? Having created the PuroBrite™ system from scratch, Franklin Brazing is in a unique position […]

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Four Benefits of Using the PuroBrite™ System for Assembly, Brazing and Heat Treating

At first glance, each heat treating company’s metal treatment processes can seem the same, but on closer inspection, you often notice some significant differences. At Franklin Brazing, we have developed a proprietary system for assembly, brazing and heat treating metals known as the PuroBrite™ system. When you use the PuroBrite™ system for heating and treating […]

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The PuroBrite™ System for Heating and Treating Stainless Steel

The quality of brazed assemblies depends on the quality of the brazing process. When it comes to treating stainless steel, the brazing process must be refined to eliminate oxygen from the furnace. Otherwise, the chromium in the metal will oxidize, causing an assembly to have weak braze joints and a tarnished appearance. Nevertheless, as important […]

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A Brief History of Metal Brazing

Like many metal working procedures, brazing can be traced back far beyond the modern era. In fact, brazing can be traced to ancient Egypt in the days of the pharaohs. While no one is quite sure exactly how brazing came into existence, we do know that, in ancient times, brazing was different than modern brazing […]

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Brazing Services: Brazing Stainless Steel in Open Air

Customers of metal treatment companies often ask what would happen if they needed stainless steel assemblies that were too large to fit inside a furnace. In most cases, the answer is that the assemblies would be brazed in open air using a torch. While this type of brazing is not ideal for metals that contain […]

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Why Use the PuroBrite™ System to Braze?

Almost every company that offers heat treating service for metal claims its brazing process is the best. However, metallurgy is a discipline in which results speak louder than words. Before you choose a heat treating company for your next brazing project, be sure to compare the benefits other companies offer to the advantages Franklin Brazing […]

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Brazing Services: The Effect of Oxidation on Brazing

The main goal of the brazing process is to achieve a time, temperature, and atmosphere relationship that produces a high first pass yield rate for assemblies that have a clean appearance and excellent dimensional stability. Nothing hinders this goal as much as the oxidation of the parts that are brazed. Effects of Oxidation on Brazing […]

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