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Brazing & Soldering

Standard Particle Size Distribution
5 50 μm

Brazing and soldering are two metal joining processes that use metal powders to create strong and reliable bonds between two or more metal parts. Both processes involve the use of a filler material, typically a metal alloy in powder form, which is heated to melt and flow between the parts being joined. 


Metal powder brazing and soldering are used in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, electronics and medical device manufacturing. They are particularly useful for joining small and intricate parts and for joining dissimilar metals. Metal powder brazing and soldering can also be used for repair and maintenance applications, such as repairing damaged parts or reworking assemblies. 


High strength

Metal powder brazing and soldering create strong, reliable bonds between metal parts, resulting in durable, long-lasting assemblies.


Metal powder brazing and soldering can be used to join a wide range of metal materials, including dissimilar metals.


Brazing and soldering can be used to join small and intricate parts with high precision, making them well-suited for use in electronics and other precision applications.


Metal powder brazing and soldering can be performed with relatively simple equipment, making it a cost-effective joining method.

Find your technology

Metal powders are widely used in various industries, including additive manufacturing, metallurgy, and coatings. The particle size distribution (PSD) of metal powders plays a crucial role in determining the final properties of the end product.
Different metal powder technologies are available with varying PSDs to cater to specific applications.

Technologies PSD comparison

* The diagrams show actual atomization results of 316L stainless steel using various ultrasonic frequency systems. Results may vary based on feed materials, properties, spray parameters, process conditions and other variables.