Inductive brazing - the joining process for high precision and reliability
In inductive brazing, heat is generated by an alternating current induced in the workpiece. Inductive brazing can be carried out under inert gas, flux-free or in air with flux.
Due to a defined shape of the inductor, only the brazing point of the component is heated. This is why distortions or changes in the material properties of the remaining component are avoided.
The advantages of inductive brazing are:
- Variable temperature control and high energy efficiency
- Contactless heating of the component
- Suitable for hard-to-reach places requiring a secure and high-quality connection
- High strength and reliability of the connections
- A wide range of possibilities for joining different materials such as steel and stainless steel, non-ferrous metals or copper and its alloys.
- High process reliability and consistent production quality of the brazed components
Inductive brazing is suitable for the following applications:
- Generator and transformer components
- Internal combustion engine assemblies (water, oil, fuel and air lines)
- Long tube assemblies with brazed joints only at the tube ends
- Agricultural vehicles and machinery
- Construction machinery and vehicles
- Carbide applications in the tool and wear area
- Hydraulic piping and connection components
- Fittings for the sanitary and industrial installations sector
- Inductive brazing/induction brazing under inert gas or in air with flux
- Brazing advice on material and solder selection
- In-house design and toolmaking for customised inductors and brazing fixtures
- In-house plant engineering with high flexibility for your requirements
- Production at the site in Fröndenberg, North Rhine-Westphalia
Do you have a specific brazing project?
Regardless of whether it is a new project or a part of an already running series, we will be pleased to advise you and are looking forward to your enquiry!
Phone: +49 2373 9772-30