How Does The Gold Melting Furnace Work?
The frequency conversion electromagnetic induction heating of the gold melting furnace, or induction heating for short, is a method of using the principle of electromagnetic induction to transform the power frequency power supply into a specific frequency power supply to heat metal materials.
It is mainly used for metal heating, heat treatment, welding and melting, etc. This heating technology is also suitable for the packaging industry (sealing of aluminum foil for medicine, food, etc.), semiconductor materials (such as stretched monocrystalline silicon, automotive glass heating and pasting metal parts, etc.)
The basic composition of the induction heating system includes induction coil, AC power supply and workpiece. According to different heating objects, the induction coil can be made into different shapes. The coil is connected to the power supply. The power supply provides alternating current to the coil. The alternating current passing through the coil generates an alternating magnetic field through the workpiece, which makes the worker generate eddy current to heat.
1. The precious metals are smelted, purified, and cast mainly through the crucible container.
2. It’s available for melting precious metals: platinum, palladium, rhodium, gold, silver, copper, steel, gold powder, sand, tin ash, tin slag and other high-melting gold metals.
3. The highest furnace temperature can reach 1500 degrees-2000 degrees
4. For the ash-like metal powder, the commission amount is as high as 97%
5. Using the latest IGBT frequency conversion control technology, high efficiency and energy saving, large output power.
6. 100% full load design, continuous working for 24 hours.
7. The heating is very uniform (the density of the induction coil can be adjusted to obtain the required temperature of each part of the work), the temperature rises fast, the oxide layer is small, and there is no waste after annealing.
8. The elimination of high voltage and safety is very high.