Induction brazing is when two or more materials are joined together by a filler metal that has a lower melting point than the base materials using induction heating. In induction heating, usually ferrous materials are heated rapidly from the electromagnetic field that is created by the alternating current from an induction coil.
Brazing provides design and manufacturing engineers an opportunity to join simple as well as complex designs.
The process is fast enabling a quick throughput of parts.
Allows brazing of very defined and selective areas
Application & materials
Induction brazing is the process by which metal components are joined using a dissimilar lower melting point material, utilising induction heating.
Brazing can also be accomplished by using furnaces of different designs which include batch as well as continuous furnaces. There are many types of brazing, including:
Active metal brazing
Aluminium vacuum brazing
Brazing under controlled atmosphere
Continuous/mesh belt brazing
Reducing atmosphere brazing