Brazing is the process of joining two or more materials together by using a molten filler metal, drawn into the joint by capillary action. Usually, the filler metal becomes molten below the melting point of the materials being joined.
Induction brazing uses induction heating as the heat source. Induction heating provides reliable, repeatable, localised, non-contact heat in a minimal amount of time. Induction brazing produces joints that are exceptionally strong, sometimes stronger than the two metals being joined.