Aerospace Manufacturing with Induction

Ambrell has over 10,000 systems installed in over 50 countries and many of them are aerospace manufacturing installations.

aerospace manufacturing with induction

Within the aerospace industry, it has become much more economical to repair costly engine components than to replace them. The traditional method of applying heat for many of these repair processes has been brazing in a batch vacuum furnace.

We offer exceptional customer service before and after the sale. Your [process] application will be analyzed and tested in the nearest Ambrell Applications Lab. There is no charge, and you will receive a system recommendation designed to deliver the best possible solution for your brazing requirements. Ambrell delivers the expertise, innovation and system quality to give your company a competitive edge.

Ambrell: About Induction Heating

Read our 4-page brochure "About Induction Heating". Learn more about how the science of induction technology can solve your precision heating problems.



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You can improve your process heating with induction heating because it:

  • Adapts readily to fast-changing manufacturing environments

  • Integrates conveniently into existing product lines

  • Requires much smaller footprint than batch processes

  • Delivers faster production rates

  • Increases production capacity

  • Produces more uniform product

  • Is more energy-efficient

  • reduces product waste through rapid heat-up and cool-down cycles

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These induction brazing systems offer the advantages of heating in a controlled atmosphere. And, in contrast to batch vacuum furnaces, these systems deliver fast, precise, non-contact induction heat in a compact, cost-effective package. Individual parts can now be processed with speed, accuracy and consistency - right in your manufacturing cell!

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aerospace-manufacturing   aero_1 Heating turbine engine fan blades Heating turbine engine fan blades Heating turbine engine fan blades Heating turbine engine fan blades To uniformly heat jet engine turbine fan blades to 1800°F (982.2ºC) within five minutes for a welding application
aerospace-manufacturing inconel aero_2 Heating inconel billets for a forging process Heating inconel billets for a forging process Heating inconel billets for a forging process Heating inconel billets for a forging process A four-turn helical coil is used to deliver uniform heat to the inconel billets.
aerospace-manufacturing titanium aero_3 Heating a titanium blade to 500°F Heating a titanium blade to 500°F Heating a titanium blade to 500°F Heating a titanium blade to 500°F Induction heating provides uniform and repeatable performance in a shorter time
aerospace-manufacturing titanium aero_4 Pre-heating a Titanium Rod for hot forming Pre-heating a Titanium Rod for hot forming Pre-heating a Titanium Rod for hot forming Pre-heating a Titanium Rod for hot forming To heat a titanium rod to 1700°F (926.7°C) within 60 seconds for hot forming.
aerospace-manufacturing titanium forging_3 Pre-heating a titanium rod forming turbine blades Pre-heating a titanium rod forming turbine blades Pre-heating a titanium rod forming turbine blades Pre-heating a titanium rod forming turbine blades To heat titanium rod blanks prior to forging into a turbine blade.
aerospace-manufacturing steel aero_5 Brazing steel conduit to a ferrule Brazing steel conduit to a ferrule Brazing steel conduit to a ferrule Brazing steel conduit to a ferrule To heat a stainless steel conduit, ferrule and elbow assembly to 1400°F (760°C) within 20 seconds for brazing.
aerospace-manufacturing steel aero_6 Soldering steel connectors to a brass block Soldering steel connectors to a brass block Soldering steel connectors to a brass block Soldering steel connectors to a brass block Induction heating provides rapid, localized heating to specific regions of part with neat, clean joints in a flameless process
aerospace-manufacturing hose aero_7 Brazing hydraulic hose assemblies Brazing hydraulic hose assemblies Brazing hydraulic hose assemblies Brazing hydraulic hose assemblies To heat a steel hydraulic hose fitting in an inert atmosphere to 2200°F within 7 seconds for brazing without any carbon buildup.
aerospace-manufacturing nickel aero_8 Brazing turbine blades with nickel Brazing turbine blades with nickel Brazing turbine blades with nickel Brazing turbine blades with nickel To heat an inconel turbine blade in a vacuum to 2000°F and hold temperature for five minutes for a nickel brazing application.
aerospace-manufacturing   heating_1 De-Carburizing A Jet Engine Fuel Nozzle De-Carburizing A Jet Engine Fuel Nozzle De-Carburizing A Jet Engine Fuel Nozzle De-Carburizing A Jet Engine Fuel Nozzle Heat a jet engine fuel nozzle to 1400°F (760°C) in order to decarburize it.