A manufacturer of sink products had been using a torch for brazing their brass assemblies. However, repeatability had become an issue so they turned to THE LAB at Ambrell to test induction heating for their brazing application.
A company was looking to design a heating process for a new device they were developing, and they reached out to THE LAB at Ambrell to take advantage of their complimentary applications testing. The process involved brazing a copper tube and a steel plate. While this was a new process, the client also tested a torch as a part of their due diligence, and repeatability and quality were their top two priorities.
A client had been brazing a nickel pin and a braided nickel wire with a torch. They turned to THE LAB at Ambrell to recommend a process for brazing with induction heating. The client wanted to take advantage of induction's benefits, including repeatability, safety and speed. The end product from this application is a heater assembly.
In the last post, we started to discuss what industries use brazing and why. However, having a full understanding of the various uses and applications for brazing aluminum, as well as other metals, can provide businesses an understanding of whether induction brazing may add value to their process. Here's part two of our guide that will explore additional reasons to consider brazing: