Fusion Inc

4658 E 355th St, Willoughby, Ohio, 44094 4630 United States View map
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Fusion, Inc. is a global leader in brazing and soldering innovation. Headquartered outside Cleveland in Willoughby, OH USA and with a manufacturing and sales subsidiary in the United Kingdom, we have satellite locations and distribution worldwide. We provide automation solutions for manufacturers engaged in production brazing and soldering.

Year established: 1933
Number of employees: 95

We offer Products and Services in 43 Categories

As technology advances in the industry, so too does our commitment to superior equipment. Our engineers and build personnel create machines, test, and install them to your satisfaction. Companies turn to us for filler metals, fluxes and all the other tools you need to produce sound brazed and soldered parts.

Fusion Inc., Fusion Automation Inc. and our international partners are here to serve you, worldwide.

Fusion Inc

Value Proposition

Today, Fusion is the leader in brazing and soldering automation. Several hundred paste varieties are manufactured at our Willoughby, Ohio headquarters outside Cleveland. Feasibility testing of new applications also takes place here, supported by our Technical Services Group, which provides input on the chemical and metallurgical aspects of parts joining. These pastes, along with Fusion applicators, equipment, and design expertise, allow our customers to place "Total Responsibility" for their brazing and soldering needs with one reliable source.

Areas of Expertise

  • Applicator Equipment

  • Automatic Machines

  • Cleaning with Fuze-Clean Metal Preparation Chemicals

  • Paste Brazing and Soldering Alloys


  • K. Williams
    Purchasing Manager

  • Tel. (440) 602-5510

    Mr Tony Straniero
    Marketing Manager

  • G. Williams

News you can use from this leading supplier

Use the brazing process to boost your metalworking applications
August 29, 2014 by Fusion Inc

What do pipes, bicycle kickstands and the base of a light bulb all have in common? Each of these mechanisms is manufactured using the brazing process. Brazing is a metalworking process designed to