Many soldering applications are now carried out using induction heating power units and handling systems. Typical components processed are capacitors, electrical contacts, special drills, electrical contacts and water heater elements.
In high volume production environments it is common to combine the induction heater with a component handling system of some kind. Dependant on the level of throughput and component geometry these can be either manual, fully automated or in some cases a combination. These systems include inline conveyor system, rotary tables, double shuttles, pick and place systems and many other "tailor made" solutions. Inductelec is unique in being able to offer the complete turnkey solution from concept and design to manufacture of all system elements under one roof.
The main advantages of induction heating for soldering are:-
Most common metals and alloys which can be soldered by other methods can be joined using induction. Dissimilar metals can be joined using the technique, however, special consideration needs to be given in situations where a magnetic metal is joined to a non-magnetic material but normally these differences can be overcome by coil/inductor design.
Because most systems are automatic/semi-automatic, operator skill is reduced in comparison to torch brazing or other conventional methods. By Utilising our Ultratec power unit and our purpose designed safe-braze work-head coil voltages are reduced and operator safety is assured.
For precision applications a range of temperature control options are available normally utilising a non contact type infra red pyrometer. These systems easily interface to the Ultratec via the dedicated CAN-bus interface.
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