Vacuum brazing, in particular, offers the designer new design freedom. These enable new or improved functions with a high level of innovation. The modular design of components leads to simplified manufacturing processes and cost savings.
Inert gas brazing offers a supplement to vacuum technology if, for example, a high vacuum atmosphere is not suitable for the joining process because, for example, components or brazing alloys consist of materials with a high vapour pressure. Nitrogen, which is very inert and minimizes harmful oxidations, is usually used as protective gas.