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Using the PuroBrite™ System to Braze: How Does it Differ From Other Systems?

When it comes to brazing stainless steel, no system is more effective than Franklin Brazing’s proprietary PuroBrite™ system. Specially designed for the needs of chromium alloys, the PuroBrite™ system produces stainless steel assemblies that have a bright, clean appearance and excellent dimensional stability. Compared to many systems that are used to braze stainless steel, the […]

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What are the Benefits of Using the PuroBrite™ System to Braze Stainless Steel?

Using Franklin Brazing’s PuroBrite™ system to braze stainless steel has several advantages. Unlike brazing methods that produce assemblies that contain oxide traces and inadequate dimensional stability, our proprietary system produces assemblies that are remarkably bright and strong. If you are trying to decide which brazing services provider to choose, below are four reasons to choose […]

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Brazing Services: Cleaning Methods For Stainless Steel

It is important for stainless steel to stay clean in both the factory environment and after it is delivered to the customer. Stainless steel that is dirty in the factory environment and undergoes brazing services without being cleaned can experience traces of oxidation that tarnish the surface, and lead to corrosion problems down the line. […]

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Using the PuroBrite™ System to Braze Stainless Steel: The Importance of the Furnace

Providers of brazing services have a process for ensuring that stainless steel assemblies emerge from the furnace with strong joints and a bright surface. However, not all stainless steel brazing processes are created equal. Some brazing processes result in a higher first pass yield rate than others, and the reason why often has to do […]

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Brazing Services: Preventing Corrosion in Stainless Steel

Most companies that need stainless steel assemblies have two requirements for the finished product: it must have excellent dimensional stability and a clean, shiny appearance. The first requirement is accomplished by using the right grade of steel, establishing the correct distance between workpieces, using a sufficiently strong filler metal, and preventing oxidation from forming by […]

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Using The PuroBrite™ System to Braze: Frequently Asked Questions

Stainless steel assemblies often emerge from the furnace with a drossy appearance. If your company expects shiny assemblies, this can be quite a disappointment, especially if the assemblies need a bright appearance for the sake of aesthetics. At Franklin Brazing, we solve the problem of dull assemblies by using our PuroBrite™ system to braze. For […]

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Brazing Services: Surface Considerations For Architectural Stainless Steel

Architectural stainless steel plays a significant role in the dimensional stability and appearance of many buildings. When the metal appears on the exterior of a building, special care must be taken to ensure that its finish has the right anti-corrosive and aesthetic properties. If you need stainless steel assemblies for architectural use, a provider of […]

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Using The PuroBrite™ System to Braze Assemblies: What Are The Advantages?

Franklin Brazing — a leading provider of heat treating services for over three decades — created the PuroBrite™ method to produce the highest quality brazed assemblies. While most metal treatment services have methods for making heat treated parts appear “shiny,” using the PuroBrite™ system to braze assemblies goes above and beyond what most companies offer. […]

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Beyond Brazing Services: The Benefits Of Electropolishing

When metal assemblies require a shiny, smooth surface, electropolishing is often performed after the brazing process is complete. An electrochemical process that is designed to remove material from an assembly, electropolishing is often used in place of more stringent metal treatments to polish, passivate, and/or deburr metal. Industry reports show that up to 95% of […]

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Pinion Brazed Better Than Ever

Not only did the parts get brazed properly but they looked better than ever. I am happy to tell you that Franklin Brazing is now an approved vender under our ISO system.

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