Aluminium, Titan und Carbide
Gold, Nickel, Copper, Palladium and Gallium are frequently-used brazing alloys in the aviation market. They are applied for brazing processes on jet engines and brazing parts to the outer skin of the aircraft.
Fuel nozzles, turbine blades and guide plates of stators are examples where brazing operations in the aviation market take place. Thin walled honeycomb-shaped alloys are brazed into wings of airplanes to achieve a combination of light weight and high stiffness.
A Pitot tube is brazed to the outer shell of aircrafts; by measuring the difference in pressure, velocity can be calculated.