Induction brazing is the brazing of a product by using induction heating. The principle behind this heating is to change the direction of a magnetic field with a relatively high frequency, where the part of the product that is in this field will heat up. The frequency can be used to control the speed and depth of penetration of the heat.
This technique is particularly suitable for parts with a somewhat simpler geometry and, due to the relatively short machining times, also very suitable for larger numbers. Normally the process is carried out in the open air, mainly because of the speed, but it is certainly also possible to do this in a shielding gas environment.