Brazing, a popular induction heating application, is the process of joining two or more pieces of metal or ceramic material with a molten filler metal such as silver, aluminum alloy or copper. Brazing requires a higher temperature than soldering but produces a very strong bond which withstands shock, vibration and temperature change. Brazed joints are both liquid- and gas-tight and provide good electrical conductivity. An induction brazing machine quickly delivers highly localized heat to minimize part warpage and distortion. Brazing in a controlled vacuum or in an inert protective atmosphere can significantly improve overall part quality and eliminate costly part cleaning procedures.
Please visit The Brazing Guide section of our website for in-depth information about brazing processes, materials, filler metals and equipment.
Brazing Stainless Steel Tubes: 20 seconds, 1330°F
Brazing Stainless Steel Orthodontic Parts: 1 second, 1300°F
Brazing Hydraulic Hose Assemblies: 7 seconds, 2200°F
Brazing Metering Plates to Turbine Blades: 5 minutes, 2000°F
Brazing Copper Tube Assemblies: 45 seconds, 1450°F
Brazing Stainless Steel to Brass: 7 seconds, 1325°F
Brazing Stainless Steel to Titanium: 80 seconds, 2000°F
Brazing Stainless Steel Dental Tools: 10 seconds, 1400°F