Vacu Braze is a precision heat treatment facility
We work with clients across the United States to provide state-of-the-art solutions to complex manufacturing problems. Our processes are highly applicable to a range of industries. We pride ourselves on our high quality, fast-turnaround capabilities. Contact us for custom solutions or review our primary capabilities below.
Vacu Braze is an industry leader for the heat treatment and processing of implants, surgical tools, and other parts for the medical field. We designed our clean processing room as a keystone component of our new facility. The five thousand square foot area is climate controlled, clean, and specifically outfitted for precise and ultra-high vacuum processing. Our specialty furnaces and handling result in a super clean and precise heat treating process from start to finish. With a focus on medical components and implants, this addition to our facility has boosted our capacity and specialized services for existing and new customers. Vacu Braze is proud to support the medical industry with innovative and quick-turnaround solutions. Contact us to learn more.
Vacuum Heat Treating
Vacuum heat treating is a precisely controlled, environmentally-friendly process. The end result is a product that is clean and distortion-free.
Vacuum brazing is a joining process performed in an oxygen-free precisely-controlled environment. We use a wide range of brazing alloys to join base metals together with a strong inter-metallic bond.
Our approach to honeycomb brazing has resulted in a high degree of quality and compliance for our aerospace and power generation clients.
Atmospheric Heat Treating
Atmospheric heat treating is used to increase the hardness of an entire part or the outer surface of a part. It can also be used as a preventative measure of wear resistance.
Vacu Braze uses cryogenic treatments to reduce stresses and improve the wear resistance of your parts.
Glass beading allows Vacu Braze to prepare workpieces, activate surface treatments, and ensure a clean, grease, oil, and scale-free part.
Nitriding allows us to increase the hardness of a component’s surface by enriching it with nitrogen.
Carburizing, or Case Hardening, is a heat treatment process that produces a surface resistant to wear while maintaining material strength.
Induction hardening is a form of heat treatment in which a metal part is heated by induction heating and then quenched.
Torch brazing is by far the most common method of mechanized brazing in use. It is best used in small production volumes or in specialized operations to join two types of metals together.
Induction brazing is a process in which two or more materials are joined together by a filler metal that has a lower melting point than the base materials using induction heating.
Our Metallurgical engineering team can work with you to ensure you choose suitable materials for your application, as well as assist in designing your part to ensure proper heat treating and brazing strength.