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 download our 10-page Brazing Guide PDF 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