Induction: advantages & applications

 

Our areas of expertise in traditional induction applications include the following: very high temperatures, surface hardening and refractory metal melting, which are all areas in which induction plays a vital role.

The latest technological developments are making induction electrothermics increasingly profitable compared to traditional heating systems, and it is one of ID Partner’s areas of primary focus.

 

Advantages of induction heating compared to traditional heating. Examples of applications:

Heating is localizedThe part can be handled again more quickly
Oxidation is reduced
Hot cross-linking of glues
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Silver brazingForge

Heating is fasterDrying on a high-speed assembly line
Mold preheating and heating (glass, plastics, etc.)
Preheating before surface treatment, ceramic processing, sol-gel.
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Drying

No inertia, high-precision adjustingFrom chocolate melting to steel melting with the same device.application-3 chocolat

MeltingMelting

Just after lasers for power densityShrink-fitting
Surface hardening
Very high temperatures
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Very high temperature

Remote transmission or through an insulating materialThermosealing
Medical applications
Power transmission
Insert heating
Installing and assembling in the plastics industry
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Thermosealing

Inductive heatingHeating through an insulating material
Heating moving parts
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Induction heating test tubes

No flamesLess hot surfaces, improved working conditions
No more flame-related hazards
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No flame