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For New Induction Systems Give us a Call: 1-414-481-8360

For Induction Coils, Tooling, Spare Parts, and Other Accessories Call: 1-414-885-4411

For Our 24/7 Emergency Technical Support Hotline Call: 1-414-792-9911

Innovators in Induction Heating

Since 1946 Radyne has been pushing the boundaries of what is possible with induction heating technology. During that time Radyne developed specialist expertise in hardening, tempering, annealing, extrusion, metal forging, soldering, brazing, shrink fitting, heat staking, and welding. We have also developed many special processes for a wide range of applications including coating for anti-corrosion, fiber optics, brazing, ammunition bonding, hardening of shells, cartridge annealing, wire bright and dull annealing, wire hardening and tempering, hydronic valve soldering, hardening of caterpillar links, shafts, bearings, races, brazing of manifolds, fuel rails, fuel lines, extrusion of titanium, stainless, billet piercing, composite curing, and many others. Depend on Radyne and experience our dedication, innovation, and value.

Everything You Need Under One Roof

Design, Manufacturing, 24/7 Service, and Process Support.

Radyne is a world-leading innovator in the design and manufacture of induction heating equipment and processes for every industry sector. We provide our customers with applications consulting, process engineering, inductor & tooling design, customized cellular machine design, manufacturing, and repair with products ranging from Induction Power Supplies to Integrated, turn-key Induction Manufacturing Machines.

Radyne maintains a solutions-driven team of industry experts equipped with the tools necessary to rapidly deliver innovative products, services, and engineered solutions.

Radyne provides global reach through our participating Inductotherm Group Companies worldwide.

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Inductotherm Group companies use electromagnetic induction for melting, heating and welding applications across multiple industries. But what exactly is induction? And how does it differ from other heating methods?

To the typical engineer, induction is a fascinating method of heating. Watching a piece of metal in a coil turn cherry red in a matter of seconds can be surprising to those unfamiliar with induction heating. Induction heating equipment requires an understanding of physics, electromagnetism, power electronics and process control, but the basic concepts behind induction heating are simple to understand.