The Brazing Book Online (view the brazing book index below)

The brazing book contains a significant amount of information on the process of brazing. It was created by Handy & Harman to assist both the novice brazer and the seasoned engineer. For years, this publication has been well received and a very useful tool. This publication has been updated to incorporate the many changes that have occurred within the industry. However, the purpose of this book remains the same: to expand the applications of brazing by relaying the many advantages of it as a metal-joining method — while being quite candid about its limitations. And we highlight the many people and industries who are now using brazing wherever possible to increase their manufacturing efficiencies.

For ease of understanding, we’ve divided the book into Five main sections.

Section One, “The Idea of Brazing,” explains exactly what brazing is, where to use it, and how to perform it properly.

Section Two, “Brazing in Action,” presents detailed photographic case histories illustrating some of the many applications in which brazing is used today.

Sections Three and Four have been removed and are not supported on Trawler Blogs.

Section 1: The Idea of Brazing

Section 2: Brazing in Action Case histories of brazing applications

The contents of the Brazing Book Online are brought to you with permission by Handy & Harmon (through Jim Williams, former owner of

Handy & Harman of Canada, Limited
290 Carlingview Drive
Rexdale, ON
M9W 5G1
Phone: (416) 675-1860
Fax: (416) 675-1956

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