Induction heating technology is flexible and versatile. The ability to heat any conductive material means that induction can be used for a wide range of industries. Induction provides a clean, fast, efficient, and safe alternative to the use of flame touches and resistance heaters.
Induction technology is regularly used in the production of drawn or extruded wires and tubes. It is popular because it allows processes such as annealing, hardening, and tempering to happen on a continuously moving line.
Pipe processing can take on many sizes and forms. Induction technology can be advantageous for many different pipe processes including, but not limited to:
- Pre-heating for welding
- Weld stress relieving
Between rising needs for clean energy production, and the rapidly growing electric vehicle industry, the demand for electric motors and related components has skyrocketed. Induction technology can be advantageous for many different steps of the electric motor manufacturing process.
- Shrink fitting
- Rotor and housing brazing applications
- Coating and curing
- and much more
Induction technology can be used for industrial-scale food and beverage processing for applications such as:
- Drying & Dehydrating
- Sanitation & Disinfection
- and More
Research & Education
Induction technology can be an extremely useful tool for research and education institutions. Applications range from demonstrating the principles of induction and electrical transformers to heating up samples to extremely accurate temperatures