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Brazing Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of brazing companies. Utilize our website to review and source brazing companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate brazing companies that will design, engineer, and provide brazing services for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading brazing companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right companies whether you are looking for brazing stainless steel, brazing copper, or vacuum braze aluminum.

  • Warren, MI 586-264-8100

    Vac-Met, Incorporated offers hydrogen atmosphere processing using state-of-the-art equipment up to 84" in diameter by 120" deep. Vac Met, Inc. is a high-tech processing company specializing in heat treating utilizing the modern machinery capable of proving your business the superior solutions you need to stay ahead of the curve. Please call Vac-Met today for quality and affordable services.

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  • Newington, CT 860-523-9090

    We are a commercial facility which processes metal parts to improve their hardness, strength, ductility or formability. We serve commercial, military and aerospace markets. We are an approved source for numerous companies and are approved by NADCAP for heat treating. We are ISO 9001:2000 Registered and AS 9100 Registered. We also process steel parts to provide a deep black oxide surface finish.

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  • Fraser, MI 586-293-5355

    Heat treating services for aerospace, auto, truck, tool and die applications. At our facility we have the distinction of being the only US heat treat facility to carburize Class “A” flight-critical and flight-safety mechanisms for Bell Helicopter. Our certifications: ISO 9002, NADCAP, Q1, QS9000.

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  • Pittsburgh, PA 412-781-8053

    Offering industrial and commercial heat treating for over 60 years, Pittsburgh Metal Processing specializes in heat treating, both ferrous and nonferrous alloys. We offer annealing, tempering, stress relieving, normalizing, hardening and quenching. Expect short lead times and a quick turnaround!

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  • St. Louis, MO 314-647-7500

    Our commercial metal heat treating services include brazing, vacuum tempering, vacuum heat treating, induction heat treating, batch heat treating and more. At PAULO, we are able to do metallurgical testing and offer analysis services, which is why we are a leader in the metal heat treating industry.

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  • Fort Wayne, IN 260-426-8700

    We at Ward Corp pride ourselves as being a large enough business to support the tooling, casting, heat treating, and machining requirements of our customers, yet small enough to be responsive and pro-active to assure ongoing customer satisfaction. Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, this family owned business has successfully grown from 3 employees to over 200 employees throughout its four divisions.

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  • Gastonia, NC 704-864-0998

    Our name implies what we do. At JF Heat Treating we specialize in heat treating for metal, induction hardening, tempering to soften, aging, quenching, stress relieve, steel heat treating and more. Some of our other services include: shot blasting, peening and cleaning services.

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  • Smiths Creek, MI 586-716-4700

    Our two facilities can handle induction heat treating for your products. Magnum concentrates on controlled hardening of gear-, pin- and shaft-type parts; plus case hardening of depths 1-20+mm. Our Induction Engineering facility also does induction heat treating for production runs. ISO/TS 16949:2002.

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  • Winona, MN 507-452-7231

    Midwest Metal Products offers quality heat treating services such as case and thru hardening, annealing, normalizing, tempering and blue coating. We also provide engineering services, grinding services and foundry services. Cost effective services and quality finished products. Call us today!

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  • Detroit, MI 800-632-8005

    Pioneer is a steel service center specializing in stainless, alloy and carbon steel. We also manufacture custom-shaped plate steel. In addition, we offer secondary operations such as heat treating, flame cutting, plasma cutting, and surface finishing. Pioneer provides prompt delivery and cost-effective steel products.

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  • Waterloo, IA 319-232-5221

    Established in 1981, Advanced Heat Treat Corp. (AHT) is a recognized global leader in providing heat treat services and metallurgical solutions. Between locations in Alabama, Iowa and Michigan, AHT offers over 20 surface treatments including trademarked processes UltraGlow® Ion Nitriding, UltraGlow® Induction Hardening, UltraOx®, and more. Quality certifications include ISO 9001:2015, Nadcap Heat Treating, IATF16949:2016, Federal Firearms License, ITAR registered, and more.

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  • South Lyon, MI 877-471-0840

    Sun Steel Treating has specialized in providing our customers precision and specialty Salt Bath Heat Treatments since 1958. Whether Nitriding and hardening alloys, carbon steels, tool steels or high speed specialty tools, our engineers know the metallurgical processes to apply to your steels. Not only the right heat and quench cycles and the precise temperatures, but all with minimal distortion.

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Brazing

Brazing is a heat treating process in which melted metallic filler is used to bond two base pieces creating an extremely strong and often hermetic joint. Unlike many heat treatments, brazing does not alter the internal structure of materials in order to effect change. Instead, brazing uses a technique similar to welding and soldering in order to create strong and lasting joints between two components.

This particular heat treating process involves heating two adjacent metal parts to just below their melting points. The brazing material, or filler is then melted along the heated seam between components. This filler blocks in the entirety of the gap and creates a strong seal when cooled. Industries such as aerospace, agriculture, semiconductor manufacturing, plumbing and others rely on the use of brazing to join panels, pipes, tubes, rods or any additional components which are not, but should be adjoined. Metals such as copper, bronze, steel, aluminum, iron and stainless steel can be joined to similar elements or to any other metal without the distortion, deformation or chemical amalgamation encountered by other heat treatments. Ceramics and other non-metal materials can be joined via brazing with specialized materials and attention, though this is far less frequent. No matter the materials, safety precautions are essential to workplace and employee safety in facilities where brazing is performed. Tinted goggles and heat resistant gloves are most commonly used, though a welding mask and full suit may also be required in some applications.


There are several different types of brazing. Categories based on the technique used to build the joint include furnace brazing, torch brazing, dip brazing and vacuum brazing. Torch brazing is by far the most common. An acetylene or hydrogen fueled torch is used to heat the base metals near the joint. These substrates should be heated but not melted. The filler, however, is placed along the seam of the joint and melted. For convenience fillers are available in rod, ribbon, powder, paste, cream and wire form. Furnace brazing is another popular option and is better suited to mass production. Parts or panels are clamped together and then placed in the oven or on a conveyor belt that will run them through the furnace. The filler is already in place so that when the assembly encounters heat, it melts into the crevice. Vacuum heat treating often uses the method of brazing. Vacuum brazing is very similar only the parts are heated in a vacuum environment thereby eliminating the possibility of contamination. Dip brazing also excludes air, making it and vacuum techniques popular for use with metals such as aluminum which might otherwise form oxides. Dip methods are just as they sound, the parts are joined and the filler applied before the entire unit is dunked into a bath of molten salt. In addition to categories based in method, other groupings are classified by the material used as the filler. Silver, copper, nickel, palladium, gold and aluminum brazing are widely available and appropriate for most brazing applications.