LINBRAZE is a Italian industry, leader in the production of metal powders, granules and pastes for brazing, specialized in metal atomization and post-atomization technology. By using of nano-technologies and production processes at the forefront of technology, LINBRAZE supports industry customers to solve global challenges.
LINBRAZE develops and manufactures the highest quality of precious metal alloys and non-ferrous metals, for serve a wide range of industrial applications, by offering thirty years of experience in the field of powder metallurgy and a focused management to listen, guide and meet the needs of our customers as market leaders, helping them sell better, bringing every day in their company the safety of an advanced product and the joy of receiving tailored solutions, simple and innovative, with the use of high and diversified professional expertise, constant support and efficient service.
The LINBRAZE story is officially started in 1987, the company has come a long way since then, but its mission has remained unchanged:
“make unique its own products, that represent the best of Italian craftsmanship and technology”?
The very definition of excellence and cutting-edge technology, LINBRAZE not need any introduction, its main business card is the number of successes in Italy and worldwide.
Through continuous investment in research and development and through an established network of relationships with leading international research centers, LINBRAZE has developed a technological and manufacturing leadership globally recognized, and witnessed by the records achieved through partnerships signed with major operators worldwide automotive, military, heating, aeronautics, nuclear power, food, etc., to improve the quality of their brazing processes thus improving the quality of their parts produced using our materials, which are unique for their quality, technology and performance, and which represent the best of Made in Italy in the world.
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