Ambrell Induction Heating
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Induction Soldering a Brass End Cap onto a Heat Exchanger

Sep 1, 2020 4:27:55 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Soldering, THE LAB, induction soldering


 

THE LAB at Ambrell tested an induction heating application involving soldering a brass end cap onto a heat exchanger. An Ambrell EASYHEATTM 10 kW, 150-400 kHz induction heating system equipped with a remote workhead and a dual four-turn pancake coil specifically designed for this application was determined to be the right solution for this soldering application. The system frequency was set to 237 kHz. 

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Induction Soldering Fabric to a Kovar Tip Assembly

Jul 31, 2020 11:41:15 AM / by Brett Daly posted in Soldering, THE LAB, induction soldering


 

THE LAB at Ambrell tested an induction heating application involving soldering fabric to a Kovar tip assembly. An Ambrell EASYHEATTM 1.2 kW, 150-400 kHz induction heating system equipped with a remote workhead and three-turn pancake coil specifically designed for this application was determined to be the right solution for this soldering application. The target temperature was 300 ºF (149 ºC) and the system frequency was set to 242 kHz. 

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Induction Soldering Applications Brochure Now Available

Jun 26, 2020 3:11:09 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Soldering, induction soldering

 

 

A new brochure that highlights induction soldering applications is now available. This brochure, which is titled "Improved Soldering with Induction Heating," reviews ten soldering applications that were tested by THE LAB at Ambrell. It also discusses what soldering is and why induction is often a good choice for soldering applications. 

 

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Induction Soldering 101: Beginner's Guide to Induction Soldering

Apr 16, 2018 2:40:08 PM / by Brett Daly posted in induction soldering

 

If you're wondering, "why should I use induction soldering?" then you've come to the right place. Induction soldering is an induction process in which two separate pieces are fused together using a filler metal or other material. The filler metal varies depending on the other components being joined, but the most common fillers for induction soldering include alloys such as tin-silver, tin-zinc, and tin-lead.

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