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Induction Handheld Brazing Copper To Steel Tube

Induction Handheld Brazing Copper To Steel Tube

Induction Handheld Brazing Copper To Steel Tube Objective Braze copper cylinders, copper wires, and steel tubes in under 20 seconds using the DW-UHF-6KW-III handheld induction heating system. Equipment DW-UHF-6KW-III handheld induction heating system Test 1 Materials • Copper cylinder to copper wire. Power: 6.6kW Temperature: 871° C (1600° F) Time: 20 sec Test 2 Materials • … Read more

Induction Brazing Copper Tube For Refrigeration

Induction Brazing Copper Tube For Refrigeration Objective Induction Brazing of a Copper Refrigeration Tube to Steel Tube Equipment DW-UHF-6KW-I Handheld Induction Brazing System Materials Copper Refrigeration  to steel tube Copper tube – 0.2” (5.08mm) at the interface Steel tube Flared interface 0.25” (6.35mm) Power: 6kW Temperature: 1600°F (871°C) Time: 6 sec Results and Conclusions: Successfully braze … Read more

Induction Brazing Copper Tube of Heat Exchanger

Induction Brazing Copper Tube of Heat Exchanger Objective Brazing heat exchanger copper to copper pipes Industry Various industries Base material Copper tubes – Diameter / thickness of external tube: 12.5 x 0.35 and 16.75 x 0.4 – Type of assembly: lap joint Other materials Brazing alloy rings Equipment DW-UHF-6KW-III handheld induction brazing heater Key Parameters … Read more

Induction Brazing Copper Pipe Fittings

Induction Brazing Copper Fittings
Objective: Copper ‘tees’ and ‘ells’ are to be brazed to the aluminum body of a refrigeration valve

Material: customer’s valve copper fittings braze

Temperature: 2550 ºF (1400°C)

Frequency: 585 kHz

Equipment: DW-UHF-10kw induction heating system including a workhead containing two 1.5μF capacitors (total 0.75μF) and a three-turn helical coil

Process: The valve is placed inside the coil and RF induction heating power is applied until the part is heated to the required temperature and the braze is seen to flow into the joint. Two tube sizes were run using the same induction heating system settings with differing cycle times.

Results/Benefits • energy is applied only to the zone to be heated • heating of the joint/braze is uniform and repeatable