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150 Corporate Way
Grants Pass, OR 97526
United States of America
Omley Industries, Inc.
Since 1963, Omley has been involved in custom vacuum brazing, meeting the special requirements of our many customers. These requirements include applications for high-temperature, high-voltage, high pressure, aerospace, high-energy physics, medical technology, super conductivity, ultra-high vacuum, cryogenics, lasers and numerous others.

Omley Industries, Inc. has pioneered many applications using the active alloy brazing process. When quick delivery is required, the active alloy process has proven to be cost effective. Omley also uses a variety of metallizing processes completing the full range of ceramic to metal brazing services

Omley has capabilities for brazing or welding Metal to Metal assemblies with like or dissimilar metals. Our customers prefer brazing for its many advantages, such as cosmetic appearance, cleanliness, baked-out surfaces. Brazing also eliminates oxidation, outgassing, and virtual leak areas that are common with welding. The surprising aspect of brazing is its low cost. In most cases, it is very competitive with welding.

Common Materials Include:

Aluminum Oxide, Beryllium Oxide, Zirconium Oxide (magnesium and Yttria stabilized), Diamond, Aluminum Nitride, Boron Nitride, Silicon Nitride, and Sapphire.

Kovar, 42% Nickel-Iron, Tantalum, Molybdenum, Titanium, Monel, Copper (Common and OFE), Hastelloy, Inconel, Steel (Common and Stainless), Beryllium, and Nickel.

Other Services:
  • Helium leak testing
  • Pressure testing
  • Electrical Hi-pot testing to 80 kilovolts
  • TIG and Plasma Arc welding
  • Heat treating
Why vacuum brazing? What’s the benefit?” The benefits are many, but there are 3 that are of particular importance. 

First, the parts being joined are heated, brazed and cooled in an oxygen free (vacuum) environment. This results in no oxidization within the braze joints. Oxidization and tiny air bubbles within brazed or welded joints are the primary source of leaks and/or subsequent joint failure. 

Second, by eliminating the oxidization that normally occurs on most materials when in contact with air and preventing additional oxides from forming during the brazing process, materials can be successfully joined that cannot be joined using any other process. 

Third, as you may have guessed by now, parts coming out of a vacuum furnace are extremely clean. For most of our customers, this is very important.

Visit our website: www.omley.com
Omley Industries, Inc. | 150 Corporate Way Grants Pass, OR 97526 United States of America | 541x-955x-9415
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