Induction Heater for Soldering Copper Heat Pipes to Pcb Board
Soldering Copper Heat Pipes to Pcb Board is done with induction heaters by induction soldering which heats the work pieces in an RF (radio frequency) field without making any physical contact with the parts. Induction heating is an excellent solution as it lets you regulate the process of soldering and avoid thermal stress. Soldering varies from brazing because it is performed at lower temperatures and preferable for some applications like small components.
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