What Is Brazing?

Brazing joins metals by flowing a thin capillary thickness layer of non-ferrous filler metal into the space between them. Bonding results from the intimate contact produced by the dissolution of a small amount of base metal into the molten filler metal, without fusion of the base metal. The term brazing is used when the temperature exceeds some arbitrary value, typically 880 degrees Fahrenheit (470 degrees Celcius).*

What Is a Brazing Furnace?

Vacuum brazing furnaces enable manufacturers to create simple-to-complex single- and multi-joint assemblies by providing a controlled vacuum atmosphere that supports the brazing process. Once parts are cleaned and coated with a brazing filler metal, they are inserted into the oven, which heats up to the desired temperature and removes air to prevent oxidation and contamination.

Our Brazing Furnaces

Gasbarre specializes in the design and manufacture of custom-engineered brazing furnaces specific to the thermal processing industry. We develop each of our products with quality and reliability in mind, producing durable, high-powered aluminum brazing furnaces and other equipment solutions that companies can trust.

Gasbarre furnaces are:

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Gasbarre’s complete line of brazing furnaces is listed below.

Continuous Mesh Belt

Gasbarre is a leading manufacturer of continuous mesh belt (or conveyor belt) furnaces and will custom-design to your particular specifications and application. These ovens include numerous innovative features and are ideal for everything from annealing to brazing to enameling to sintering.

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Modular Vacuum 

Expandability and versatility make this furnace an attractive selection for many thermal processing needs with growth in mind. These continuous vacuum furnaces enable dual-side entry loading and exit and have numerous specialized chambers.

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Continuous Mesh Belt – Humpback 

This design is beneficial to processes that require the use of hydrogen atmosphere, an extremely light gas. When heavy air seeps into the furnace’s entry and exit doors, it remains isolated from the elevated chambers containing the hydrogen.

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Modular Heat Treat Systems

The C.I. Hayes CVCQ-LAM vacuum sintering furnace uniquely combines atmosphere delubrication and vacuum sintering. It is compatible with other ovens and auxiliary equipment and is suitable for numerous metallurgical processes.

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Continuous Mesh Belt – Solitaire

This C.I. Hayes furnace is known for its compact design and for its popularity for brazing and bright annealing of jewelry pieces. It is easy to install and designed with process and maintenance considerations in mind. 

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Vacuum Batch 

Designed for many thermal processes, the electrically heated batch vacuum furnace is available in a multitude of configurations, including single- and dual-chamber options. This batch vacuum furnace is built for high-temperature applications and metallurgical processes like hardening, sintering and carbonitriding.

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Single Chamber Vacuum

This C.I. Hayes furnace is a horizontally loaded, electrically heated, versatile batch furnace that may be programmed to run simple or complex thermal profile recipes. This model is optimized to generate a uniform heating environment that enables workload cooling at various pressures.

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Gas/Pressure Quench – Dual Chamber

This C.I. Hayes vacuum furnace with isolated gas quench is quite versatile, designed for a wide range of heat treat applications. It allows for fast and smooth workload transfer and achieves excellent heating uniformity.

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Oil Quench – Dual Chamber

This C.I. Hayes vacuum furnace with isolated oil quench is quite versatile, designed for a wide range of heat treat applications. Like its gas/pressure counterpart, this equipment heats materials evenly and consistently while delivering seamless and efficient product transfer.

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*Source: Daniel H. Herring, “The Heat Treat Doctor.” The HERRING GROUP, Inc.

Our Custom Aluminum Brazing Furnace Manufacturing Capabilities

Our custom fabrication capabilities put us at the top of our game when it comes to producing cutting-edge manufacturing equipment. If you’re looking for an aluminum brazing oven that’s geared to your unique needs, Gasbarre is your go-to source. We’ll take the time to understand your requirements and expectations and consider how we can best incorporate custom machines into your company’s processes.

Advantages of Furnace Brazing Stainless Steel

When you invest in aluminum brazing furnaces for your industrial facility, you’ll improve product quality with all of the following benefits:

Why Choose Gasbarre for Vacuum Brazing Furnaces?

Gasbarre is a family-owned original equipment manufacturer (OEM) that’s acted as a one-stop shop for full process integration solutions since 1973. While some OEMs phase out older products to boost new equipment sales, we service machines to maintain and lengthen their service life and never discontinue our equipment services.

It’s our goal to help you produce as much product as possible — that’s why we’ll stop what we’re doing to assist you, getting the job done no matter what.

Let Gasbarre become your trusted partner. Contact us for a quote today.

You can find high-quality aluminum brazing furnaces at Gasbarre. With over 45 years of industry experience and expertise, we’re the manufacturing professionals that customers rely on worldwide.

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