Tag: Fusing

Sealants

A sealant shares the same attributes as an adhesive in that it must wet and bond to substrates. However, a sealant is primarily used to fill gaps and also prevent fluids from entering or leaving a sealed joint. In general, sealant materials have ...

Adhesives

An adhesive is a substance which comes in various forms including liquid, paste, film and tape. When an adhesive comes into contact with a substrate it will stick to it and as a result energy is required to detach it from that. In this context, ...

Brazing

Brazing is a metal joining process, in some ways similar to soldering, in which a natural gas torch is used to heat the base metal and also melt the brazing filler. In Brazing, filler materials have higher melting temperatures (around 300 Celsius) ...

Soldering

Soldering is a metal joining process in which an electrical heating element (soldering iron) is used to melt the solder wire (filler material) to cover and fill joint area, thus forming a solid joint almost instantly. Unlike welding, in soldering ...

Welding

Welding is a materials joining process based on variety of techniques which involves applying local heat and, sometimes additionally or alternatively, pressure and friction causing substrate materials to melt and thus resulting in fused joints. ...

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