Joining Components by Induction Brazing pt.1
March 11th, 2010
Induction brazing and soldering have several advantages compared with heating the workpieces with flame. Since the joint is heated in a localized area in a short time, the rest of the workpiece will not be significantly affected by temperature. This can be critical for controlling distortion, surface corrosion and oxidation of the component. Other benefits include noticeably reduced grain growth, toxic fume emissions, and radiant heat.