Brazing is a joining process traditionally applied to metals in witch molten filler metal flows Into the joint. the melting point of the filler metal is above 450'C, But Always below the melting temperature of the parts to be joined, witch distinguishes the process from welding where high temperatures are used to melt the base metals together. The filler metal, while heated slightly above melting point, is protected by a suitable atmosphere witch is often a flux.
The molten filler metal cools to join the workpieces together providing a strong join between similar or dissimilar metals. The Atmospheres in witch the brazing process can be undertaken include Air, Combusted Fuel Gas, Ammonia, Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Noble Gases, inorganic Vapors and Vacuum, using a variety of heating sources such as touch, furnace, and induction coil.
440 V AC
5 kW to 60 kW
Cooling Water Temperature
† Brimful Capacity †† Under Standard Condition
• Superior Brazing Quality due to consistent Heat Input.
• Immediately ready for operation.
• Ideal for serial production.
• Maximum safety of induction brazing Due to no contact between inductor and work piece.