Brazed Joints:

Some installations, such as medical gas, high-purity gas and ACR systems, require the use of an inert gas during the brazing process. The purge gas displaces oxygen from the interior of the system while it is being subjected to the high temperatures of brazing and therefore eliminates the possibility of oxide formation on the interior tube surface.

Purge gas flow rates and methods of application should be included in the Brazing Procedure Specifications of these applications.