Why use induction heating
Just imagine about this, what if you could heat the metal parts without any physical contact? Heating at speeds unheard off with the conventional methods? And it can be heated with pinpoint accuracy, consistency, and up to 90% efficiency? No worries about open flames, loud noise, or harmful fumes?
This blog will show you how all of these above can be accomplished with lean, green induction heating. Well, if you are looking for an industrial heating alternative, now we’ll introduce you exactly how this technology can benefit your manufacturing process.
In general, there is no any other heating method provides such an impressive combination of economy, quality, and speed for processes, for example, industrial hardening, brazing, annealing, tempering, soldering, and heat treatments. Even non-metals can be efficiently heated if works with the proper setup. Besides, this technology can be easily fitted on your manufacturing floor, in this way, it is eliminating the time of delay and cost of off-line processing and outsourcing. No matter what different kind of process requirements that you need, a benchtop heating unit for a work cell, or a fully-automated production system – or something in between – there is an induction heating solution that will suit your needs.
We’re hoping that by reading this blog, you can learn more about induction heating and then decide that this innovative heating technology is worth further investigation for your various applications.
Induction heating is a green process, because it does not emit the fumes or CO2 into the environment and emissions are controlled by the electricity generating company at one certain site, which are much easy to be monitored. In heating and treating the component, comparing with the conventional furnace heat treatment methods, there is less energy consumed by using induction heating, as the result of only a small part of the material is being heated, generally less than 5% of the mass is being heated to accomplish the required properties. Again due to that, as small areas are being heated, there is a quite considerable reduced heat treatment distortion, so as that, the majority of the components we heat and treat are ready to assembly after heating treatment.
Only about 25~30% of the total cost of a component is constitute to the grinding costs. The modern CNC lathes can position the components at more accurate size, and then they can be ground with a better surface finish. So save money just by specifying induction hardening.
However, this blog only briefly indicate about some features of induction heating, so for more detailed information about the induction heating machine, you can just go through the product list and if there is any inquiry, please kindly send an-email to us. Thank you.