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The induction heating method is an efficient heating, faster, without contact and without flame commonly used for heating electrically conductive materials. This process relies on electrical currents induced in materials to produce heat. This technique is also suitable for other applications involving packaging and curing. Michael Faraday discovered the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction in the year 1831 and its use is widespread in today's modern production processes.

  • Design and construction of manual and automated heat treatment with induction power output from 3 kW to over 100 kW.
  • Support post-sales operations of our staff within 48 hours.
  • Reprocessing plants used.
  • Consulting and specialized technical assistance on installations of any brand.
  • Wide range of original spare parts and equipment for any make and year.
  • Inductors standard and special design. Repair and maintenance of existing inductors.
  • Application of optical pyrometers or thermocouples.
  • Manufactures and installs remote panels and process controls with their gear.
  • Test and study of applications for laboratory tests.
  • Most Common Applications: heating, heat treatments, brazing, soldering, hardening, bonding, melting, shrinking, joining metals, annealing, thermal treatments, etc..

The basic components of an induction heating system are an AC power supply, induction coil, and workpiece (material to be heated or treated). The power supply sends alternating current through the coil, generating a magnetic field. When the workpiece is placed in the coil, the magnetic field induces eddy currentselectric current circulating wholly within a mass of metal in the workpiece, generating precise amounts of clean, localized heat without any physical contact between the coil and the workpiece....... Read more