Induction brazing in the appliances industry
Refrigerators and freezers contain many compressor parts that need brazing. Dishwashers and washing machines, too, contain numerous heating elements. Our solutions for brazing white goods—include brazing of tube-to-tube, tube-to-block and tube-to-valve connections.
Induction brazing is easier than traditional gas flames methods. You don't need insulation shields. The work process is faster and the risk of error lower. Moreover, contemporary white goods include more plastic parts, which are sensitive to melting, further promoting the use of induction.
Induction heating can also be used to braze faucets (tube to the socket, thread insert). Because the heat is accurate, controllable and repeatable, you get strong, leak-proof and corrosion-resistant joints.