Bonding with Induction – Malhotra Technologies

Bonding with Induction

Bonding with Induction is the connecting of metal or metal impregnated materials to rubber, thermoplastic material or plastic materials without the introduction of a separate bonding agent, adhesive or glue. Additional information about bonding with induction can be found below.

About Bonding with Induction


Bonding is the connecting of metal or metal impregnated materials to rubber, thermoplastic material or plastic materials without the introduction of a separate bonding agent, adhesive or glue. Induction permits the non-contact heating of the metal or, in some cases, a metal susceptor, to impart heat via conduction into the plastic or non metal part causing a bond though selective heating and melting. Typical joining materials: Steel, Stainless Steel, Kovar.

Typical applications for Bonding with Induction include: Food Industry – bonding of plastic handle to stainless steel tool; Dental Tools – bonding of metal to plastic; Optics – glass to metal bonding; Medical – cannule to needle hubs; and Gaskets bonded to metal casings.

Examples of Bonding with Induction


  • Bonding of steel inserts to plastic casing with induction

  • Heating Steel Pipe with M-Air 12kW system