Electrobraze Pin Brazing
Electrobraze Pin Brazing System
Innovative New Equipment, Designed Through Experience for use in Extreme Environments and Remote Locations. The Electrobraze Pin Brazing System is the ultimate solution for Cathodic Protection, Pipeline and Utilities Companies for the attachment of Cathodic Protection System Anode cables, Continuity Bonds, Earthing and A.C. Mitigation Systems to Sensitive Substrate Materials. Due to being both Heavy Duty and Fully Portable, the Electromechanical Design of The Electrobraze Pin Brazing System has made it the ultimate solution for Companies working Offshore and in Remote Locations Worldwide.
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Pin brazing is basically 'Drawn-arc Silver Brazing', considered a Brazing process and not (as is sometimes incorrectly stated) 'Electric-arc Silver Soldering', as the working temperature or melting point of the filler material is below that of the base metal or substrate but above 426.6 Degrees Celsius (800 Degrees Farenheit). The filler metal, in the case of Pin Brazing is a Silver alloy consisting typically - Ag 55%, Cu 21%, Zn 22% and Sn 2%, which when molten flows directly into the closely fitted surfaces between the desired connection type and the substrate material by Capillary Action.
Using a specially designed Brazing Pin (the body of which is normally Brass or sometimes specialist Stainless Steel Threaded Studs can be produced, all of which are tipped with a specific portion of the above Silver alloy and a Flux material). An Automatic Pistol (similar in many ways to a Stud Welding Pistol, which acts as a means to complete a DC circuit via manual switch and provide "lift" via the use of a small electromagnet in order to facilitate generation of an Arc) and a Power supply, the Pin brazing process is renowned for being both Safe fast and reliable, requiring very little training.
Developed for use In the Oil, Gas and Utilities Industries as a safe method of connecting cables to Pipelines. The most popular application of Pin Brazing being for Cathodic Protection purposes including the attachment of Cathodic Protection System Sacrificial Anode Cables, Test Post Cables, Continuity Bonding between Pipeline Sections, Connection of Monitoring Cables, Earthing and A.C. Mitigation Systems.
Due to the Portability, Ease of Use and Versatility of Pin Brazing, which can be either Battery Powered or in Offshore and Workshop applications powered via a Welding Generator for continual use, Pin Brazing is now the ultimate solution for the Electrical Bonding of Sensitive Substrate Materials worldwide.