How can you minimise brazing failures?

Meeting increasing customer demands for more advanced products without compromising performance or quality, is a challenge. So, finding brazing techniques and materials that generate fast, high-quality results regardless of application, is crucial. TRILLIUM® by Gränges is a composite clad brazing sheet with the optimal amount of flux built in, which means brazing of highly complex units can be carried out with very low amount of flux residues, close to zero brazing failures, and significant performance improvement.

There are several advantages to using TRILLIUM®. In addition to minimised brazing failures, the benefits are fewer process steps, lower process cost, less maintenance, and very low amount of flux residues. Tests also prove a higher burst pressure average with lower spread and outstanding results in relation to vibration and braze joint quality. In addition, the level of internal contaminants is at least 10 times lower than in applications using conventional brazing techniques. These results are based on numerous brazing tests of sheet material, as well as full-scale production of radiators, oil coolers, charge air coolers, and evaporators. This includes liquid cooled CAC and OC units and can also be extended to other liquid-cooled HEX types.

TRILLIUM® helps our customers to reduce costs, create new designs, and reach a higher level of profitability – while reducing their environmental impact. Explore what innovative brazing with TRILLIUM® Solid and TRILLIUM® Lean can do for your products, development and business. 

For more about how you can reach a new level of performance improvement, visit granges.com/trillium.