FUSE IT WITH BROWN’S GAS!
Brown’s Gas works great to melt glass and fuse it around various materials. You can fuse iron to brick, for example. Brown’s Gas also makes it easier to fuse materials together because each of the materials goes only to it’s melting or fusing temperature.
SOLDER IT WITH BROWN’S GAS!
Again, super easy, in fact you need only a small flame to do the same work that a propane torch would do. It heats the material up so fast that the heat has less time to travel before the solder is done, a great benefit to pipe fitters. The tiny, laser like, cold flame is a lot easier to work with in tight areas. Also, in tight areas it is important to note that this flame doesn’t pollute and use up your oxygen.
BRAZE IT WITH BROWN’S GAS!
I have had no troubles using brazing at any time. The Brown’s Gas brazes better than oxy./acet. I even braze stainless steel. Note that you can control the flame many ways, the simplest is often to pull the torch away, the lazer-like flame can be operated at a distance from the work, the farther away, the less energy is added to the work.
All the reasons for soldering apply here too.