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High Frequency Magnetic Induction Brazing Machine Water Cooling For Copper Cube

High Frequency Magnetic Induction Brazing Machine Water Cooling For Copper Cube
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Product Name: Induction Brazing Machine
Heating Principle: Magnetic Induction Heating
Cooling System: Water Cooling, 45℃
Work Power: 240-380V
Application: Brazing Sliver, Aluminum, Alloy Or Copper
Warranty: 1 Year, All Life Technology Support
Feature: Touch Screen, Safe, Easy Operation
After-sales Service Provided: Engineers Available To Service Machinery Overseas, Online Support, All Life Technology Support
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Magnetic Induction Brazing Machine


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Copper Cube high frequency induction machine

Basic Infomation
Place of Origin: CHINA
Brand Name: GY
Certification: CE FCC ROHS SGS
Model Number: GYS-120AB
Payment & Shipping Terms
Packaging Details: Wooden box
Delivery Time: Depend on the order and destination
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 500 sets per month
Product Description

Quick Heating High Frequency Induction Brazing Machine For Brazing Copper Cube


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Induction Brazing Machine


Induction Brazing is all about the process that joins two pieces of metal, ferrous or non-ferrous together. Induction Brazing introduces a metal filler that has lower melting point than joined metals to make them strongly bonded.

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Induction Brazing is quick and precise, temperature and heating time controllable, perfect method integrating into production lines.  Brazing by induction heating, just the defined areas are heater, the adjacent materials unaffected to ensure joints strong, leak-proof and corrosion resistant.

Against these advantages, induction brazing is broadly employed virtually any brazing task in industries such as electrotechnical industry, Appliance, automotive industry, tubes and pipes. Our Induction Brazing Equipment widely used in copper tube brazing, stainless tube brazing, aluminum tube brazing, components of electrical generator, saw and blade brazing, fittings and valves Brazing, even drill bit Brazing. We supplies integrated induction brazing production line with brazing solution for clients.




technical parameters

The Parameters of the High Frequency Magnetic Induction Brazing Machine Water Cooling For Copper Cube

Model GYS-120AB (Three phase)
Work power 340V-430V
Maximum input current 180A
Output power 120KW
Fluctuating frequency 10-50KHZ
Output current 400-4500A
The flow rate of cooling water 0.08-0.16Mpa 12L/Min
Water temperature protection point 50C
Product size main : 870x695x1050mm
transformer : 850x420x750mm
Net weight main : 123kg
transformer : 84kg



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Induction Brazing Procedures



In the brazing process, the filler metal is drawn into the joint by a pulling force known as capillary action during the heat cycle. So it is particularly important to maintain the right amount of space between the parts to allow this to happen. Usually, the strongest joints are made by allowing just enough space for the filler metal to flow into the joint area, typically in the range of .001” to .005” (0.25 mm to .127 mm). Wider spacing will generally result in a weaker joint. It is also important to remember that metals expand and contract at different rates when heated and cooled. Particularly when joining dissimilar metals, expansion/contraction rates must be allowed for when the parts are positioned.



Silver, copper and aluminum alloys are commonly-used filler metals; silver is frequently chosen because it has a relatively low melting point. Copper braze has a higher melting point but is generally more economical. Depending on the application, the alloy may be in the form of a stick, paste or preform. A pre-formed brazing alloy is normally the best choice when even distribution and repeatability are paramount considerations.



The braze material will not flow properly if grease, dirt or rust blocks its path. First remove any oil or grease with a degreasing solvent or other method. Then remove rust and scaling with a chemical bath, stainless steel wire brush or emory cloth. The joint area MUST be clean.



When brazing is done in the open air, the joints are normally pre-coated with flux, a chemical compound which protects the part surfaces from air. A flux coating helps prevent oxidation when the metal heats up, protects the braze alloy and improves its flow. As heat is applied to the joint, the flux will dissolve and absorb the oxides that form. A variety of fluxes are available for use at different temperatures, with different metals and for a variety of environmental conditions. The point to remember is that the flux should melt and become completely liquid before the alloy melts. Most often flux is sold in paste form so it can be brushed on to the parts just before the actual heating cycle. To eliminate flux, eliminate the presence of oxygen and braze your parts in a protective atmosphere such as nitrogen, hydrogen or dissociated ammonia. This type of brazing is usually completed in a controlled atmosphere glove box or a vacuum furnace. Without oxygen in the surrounding atmosphere, there is no potential for oxidation and the finished joint retains a clean, high quality appearance. The utilization of a protective atmosphere also eliminates any need for the post-braze acid cleaning bath. Because of these advantages, protective atmosphere brazing has great appeal for manufacturers concerned with high throughput in a lean, continuous flow manufacturing environment.



Before applying heat to the parts, make sure they are properly-positioned and braced to remain in proper alignment. Particularly with lap joints, the laws of gravity help in this regard. Clamps, vises, additional weights and supports are sometimes needed. When choosing support materials, select those that are poor conductors of heat, such as stainless steel, inconel or ceramics. These will draw minimal heat away from the joint and preserve the efficiency of the heating process. Also look for support materials with compatible expansion rates so that the alignment is not disturbed.



Most brazing processes run at temperatures between 800°F and 2,000°F. For a strongest braze joint, the metals that are being joined together need to be at close to the same temperature. Slow heat cycles generally produce better results than fast heat cycles. In many brazing operations, the filler metal is applied to the joint after the proper temperature is reached. Alternatively, brazing preforms can be positioned around the joint before the heat cycle begins. The melting filler metal will tend to flow toward areas of higher temperature, so it is good practice to apply heat to the side of the assembly opposite to where the filler metal is positioned. The heat then helps draw the molten metal down into the joint area.



(Not Required For Protected Atmosphere Brazing) Parts which are brazed in an open-air atmosphere require a two-step cleaning operation. Flux residues are chemically corrosive and may weaken the joint if not completely removed. After the filler has solidified, a hot water quench immediately after the heat cycle is recommended. To remove residual oxidation, the parts can be dipped in hot sulfuric or hydrochloric acid. Care should be taken to avoid etching the joint with too strong an acid solution. Parts brazed in a protective atmosphere require no cleaning


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The GY company is the leader today in production of induction equipment both in the domestic and foreign markets. If you want to buy the equipment for metal hardening at a reasonable price, it is best to purchase products directly from the manufacturer, without overpaying to intermediaries.

In order to purchase the unit for metal hardening, the price for which will be reasonable, please contact the GY directly, and soon you will receive reliable and high-tech equipment.

The company also sells induction hardening units of various capacities that are manufactured in accordance with high quality standards.

The specialists of the company are always aware of the market trends, and consider the needs and desires of the client as much as possible. We will be able to create any of the most complex equipment in accordance with requirements of the customer, with the shortest possible time. The products of our company are consistently high quality, reliability and durability.

We also provide quality warranty service, and post-warranty service on mutually beneficial terms.

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