HARRIS TOPIC: Brazing Flux 101

By Bob Henson, Technical Director, The Harris Products Group

Brazing Flux 101

A chemical flux is commonly used with many braze filler metals. Proper fluxing is important because the flux absorbs oxides formed during heating and promotes the flow of filler metal. Fluxes are chemical mixtures that contain varying chemical components. The mixture is blended to ensure smooth application and adherence.

Ever wonder about the different flux types and where each is used?

Access the Training article for Brazing Flux 101 on the Harris Group website. Bob Henson shares the crash course that explores the types of silver brazing flux offered by Harris, how and why to use them!

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Bob Henson is the Technical Director for The Harris Products Group and has over 40 years of metal joining experience. He has authored or co-authored several patents and has had numerous published articles.

Bob is active in many industry organizations and committees. He is a Life Member of the American Welding Society, (AWS), and chairs the A5H committee that writes brazing filler metal and flux specifications. Bob is also a member of the AWS Brazing Manufacturers Committee, the US Technical Activities Group that reviews International ISO brazing documents, and the AWS A5 Committee on Filler Metals that reviews specifications for arc welding electrodes, gas welding rods and other filler metals, covering both ferrous and nonferrous materials.

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