A common application is to solder battery cable and the battery terminal. Induction heating offers benefits over other soldering methods including repeatability as no hand work is required, speed, and added safety. Induction heating from Ambrell has even been used to melt lead ingots to form battery posts and connectors.
The 2012 Battery Symposium in Columbus, OH will take place May 2-3, and Ambrell will have a table so attendees can discuss how induction might be able to help their battery manufacturing process. Attendees can fill out Lab Service Request forms to receive free lab testing of their application. The Lab Service Request process ensures prospective customers receive a system proposal that perfectly meets their needs.
“Ambrell is excited to attend the Battery Symposium once again,” said Tom Dickerson, Director of Sales. “Induction is perfectly suited for battery terminal soldering, and we look forward to speaking with battery manufacturers and discussing how we can enhance their manufacturing process.
For additional details about Ambrell, call +1.585.889.9000 or visit http://www.ambrell.com.
About Ambrell – An Ameritherm Company
Since 1986, Ambrell has been a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems. Products are CE certified and manufactured in an ISO9001:2008 certified facility to ensure the highest quality equipment. With a focus on superior heating solutions and service with a prompt response, prospective customers can leverage its Applications Lab to ensure systems are built to their heating requirements, and then rely on superior support throughout their relationship with Ambrell. Ambrell has installed over 10,000 systems in more than 50 countries.