Soldering joins metals by flowing a thin capillary thickness layer, of filler metal into the space between them. Bonding results from the intimate contact produced by dissolution of a small amount of base metal into the molten filler metal, without fusion of the base metal. The term soldering is used when the temperature is less than some arbitrary value, typically 880°F (470°C).*
Gasbarre specializes in the design and manufacture of custom-engineered soldering furnaces specific to the thermal processing industry.
Gasbarre furnaces are:
Gasbarre’s complete line of Soldering Furnaces is listed below.
This C.I. Hayes furnace is designed for heat treating applications requiring close control of both temperature and protective atmosphere.
Sinterite is a leading manufacturer of Continuous Mesh Belt (or Conveyor Belt) Furnaces, and will custom-design to your particular specifications and application.
This C.I. Hayes furnace is known for its compact design and for its popularity for brazing and bright annealing of jewelry pieces.
*Source: Daniel H. Herring, “The Heat Treat Doctor.” The HERRING GROUP, Inc.