Brazing with Induction Heating

Your brazing application will be analyzed and tested in the nearest Induction foster Applications Lab. There is no charge, and you will receive a system recommendation designed to deliver the best possible induction brazing solution for your requirements. Induction Foster delivers the application expertise, innovation and system quality to give your company a competitive edge.

Popular Induction Brazing Application Notes

Brazing a Copper Tube and Brass Fitting (fuel containment)

A custom-designed single position multi-turn helical coil was built to generate the required heating for the application.

Brazing a Copper Strip Assembly

The client requested a system that would meet their time objectives which the heat easily did, boosting the client’s throughput.

Brazing a Steel Tube with External Wire Braid

The coil selected is not only capable of heating the 7/8”/22 mm tube, but also a smaller tube that the client needs to heat.

Brazing and De-Brazing Diamond Carbide Inserts

Heat steel cutting bits with diamond-carbide inserts for brazing and de-brazing; the end products are cutting tools

Brazing a steel and carbide dental assembly

This configuratoin achieved the client’s objective. The channel coil – specially designed by lab at Induction foster– was critical to the application’s success.

Brazing a brass tube and flange; torch replacement

Application engineers determined placing a turn that is targeted to the tube inside the part would optimize heating for this application. This heats the tube while the flange is being heated enabling both parts to achieve the required temperature concurrently.

Brazing a rectangular steel part

Induction is able to rapidly heat the parts to the required temperature, especially with the heat’s Auto Tap feature. The Induction foster Applications Lab used their expertise to create the right solution for the system and the system hardware.

Brazing copper to brass (heat exchanger)

Produces repeatable, rapid and accurate heating cycles making it ideal for in-line production processes

Brazing a steel and copper strip to carbide

Heating took less than 30 seconds, is highly repeatable and there is no open flame, clear benefits over flame heating. it a safer method of heating than torch heating

Brazing a rectangular steel part

Heating took 30 seconds (or less), which can’t be matched when using a torch. This client was using an old induction system from another vendor, and the Induction foster system provided considerably faster heating

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