In all temperature ranges
For metallic force connections, the thermal process of soldering is used in many manufacturing processes. What is often still done by hand can be highly automated and implemented in a highly energy-efficient manner using induction soldering. We support you in making efficient use of all the benefits.
Induction soldering has many strengths in soft soldering up to 450 °C, in hard soldering from 450–900 °C as well as in high temperature soldering above 900 °C: Very short heating times increase the cycle times in production, because the process is easily reproducible.
Induction soldering achieves a very high degree of precision; the spot to be heated is heated precisely at the desired temperature. This results in less corrosion, especially because induction heating can be combined with the use of inert gas atmospheres for processes that are sensitive to corrosion and oxidation. In the end, less reworking or disposal is required.
Temperature efficiency is based on precise monitoring with the pyrometer, which is installed in induction systems to save space.
Where is induction soldering used?
This is how we implement the induction soldering process for you
Your process is individual and brings with it very specific requirements. That is why we first ask you what details are involved and then work out a process that fits your production exactly.
Other services we offer
Would you like to know how easy it is to finance your new induction system? Or what happens after commissioning? Do you want to optimise your process? Of course, we accompany you on all topics from A to Z.