Brazing vs. Soldering
Brazing and soldering are metal joining processes in which materials, similar or unlike, are donded together using a heating method and a non-ferros filler metal (commonly Brass) without melting the materials being joined. A part from these similarities, the two metal-joining processes have several distinct differences.
What’s Soldering? – Soldering is a metal-joining process in which the filler metal melts completely at temperatures below 840F˚ (450˚C) and below the melting points of the base metals being joined.
What’s Brazing? – Brazing on the other hand is a metal-joining process in which the filler metal melts completely at temperatures above 840F˚ (450C˚) and below the melting point of the base metals being joined.