Induction heating is an efficient way to quickly heat electrically conductive metals with pinpoint accuracy. How can induction change your manufacturing process? eldec created a list of examples to help you visualize how the process can make your production line more efficient and improve the quality of your parts:
Induction hardening offers excellent hardness distribution with minimal deformations
Induction brazing – the joining procedure for high-quality joints of metallic parts
Joining and separating shrink-fit connections
Tool and die making: eldec generators accelerate processes for cutting edge hardening
Preheating for welding gears
Induction heating – a highly efficient technology for heating metals in very short times
Application example for melting
Induction annealing enables precise and reliable control of metal material properties.
Induction generates heat directly in the workpiece by creating eddy currents while alternating electric and magnetic fields in the material that is heated. The depth of penetration depends on the frequency of the alternating current applied on the inductor. As a basic rule, the higher the frequency, the lower the induction of eddy currents in the material. eldec's generators and custom-made inductors ensure high precision control of the energy applied to the material being heated.
Which metals can be heated using induction?
Induction Heating in Action
Simplifying Electric Motor Assembly
Prevent part fatigue fractures using induction annealing
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