Induction Heating

    WHAT IS INDUCTION HARDENING?

    WHAT IS INDUCTION HEATING?

    Electromagnetic induction heating, or induction heating for short, is a method of heating conductive materials such as metals. It is mainly used for metal thermal processing, heat treatment, welding and melting.

    As the name suggests, induction heating uses electromagnetic induction to generate electric current inside the heated material, and relies on the energy of these eddy currents to achieve heating purposes. The basic components of an induction heating system include an induction coil, AC power supply and workpiece.

    Depending on the heating object, the coil can be made into different shapes. The coil is connected to a power source, and the power source provides an alternating current to the coil. The alternating current flowing through the coil generates an alternating magnetic field that passes through the workpiece. This magnetic field causes the workpiece to generate eddy currents to heat the workpiece.

    THE INDUCTION
    HEATING PROCESS

    Induction heating is a precise thermal processing technique that employs electromagnetic induction to heat metals in a highly targeted manner. This method utilizes induced electrical currents within the material to generate heat and is widely regarded as the optimal approach for bonding, hardening, or softening metals and other conductive materials.

    It provides the ability to precisely tailor the physical properties of each metal component, as well as individual sections within that component, by utilizing meticulously controlled electric heating coils.

    THE INDUCTION HEATING PROCESs

    ADVANTAGES OF INDUCTION HEATING

    High efficiency and energy saving.  It can save 2/3 of the power than the high frequency of the electron tube.

    Low maintenance costs. No fragile and expensive tubes.

    Special Safety: No high voltage, eliminating the danger of high voltage electric shock.

    Easy to Install: Just connect the power supply and water pipes; it can be completed in 10 minutes.

    Easy operation: user can learn in a few minutes.

    INDUCTION HEATING FOR DIVERSE APPLICATIONS

    Induction Heating of Steel Rods

    Induction Heating of Steel Rods

    Induction Heating of Iron Pipes

    Induction Heating of Iron Pipes

    Induction Heating of Metal Accessory

    Induction Heating of Metal Accessory

    Induction Heating of Steel Wires

    Induction Heating of Steel Wires

    Induction Heating of Steel Shaft

    Induction Heating of Steel Shaft

    Induction Heating for Inner Side

    Induction Heating for Inner Side

    Induction Heating for Inner Side
    Induction Heating for Inner Side

    SOME TYPICAL MATERIALS
    USED FOR INDUCTION
    HEATING

    • Copper and copper alloys
    • Brass
    • Aluminum
    • Iron
    • Steel and stainless steel
    • Tungsten
    • Chrome
    • Nickel and nickel alloys
    • Carbon fiber
    • Graphite
    • Titanium
    • Platinum
    • Silver
    • Gold

    INDUSTRIES OF INDUCTION HEATING

    Induction heating represents a safe, non-contact, and precise methodology. This sophisticated process entails the intricate interplay of electromagnetic energy and thermal transfer via an induction coil. It is widely used in various industries:

    Automotive Industry

    Wind Turbine Industry

    Induction heating is a precise, non-contact, and highly secure method. This sophisticated process leverages the interplay of electromagnetic energy and heat transfer via an induction coil to melt materials, thereby generating an electromagnetic field.

    Induction heating stands as a secure, non-contact, and highly precise technique. This advanced process involves the complex interaction of electromagnetic energy and thermal transfer through an induction coil. The material undergoes melting when exposed to the induced electromagnetic field.

    Aerospace industry

    Bus & Truck Industry

    Induction heating machines are essential for the servicing of heavy-duty trucks and buses. From bumpers to brakes, components in both passenger cars and commercial trucks demand specialized heat treatment processes. Kexin brand equipment is used to heat treat assembly components, bearings, transmission systems, gears, joints and shafts.

    Manufacturing

    Aerospace Industry

    Induction heating equipment is meticulously engineered to meet the stringent requirements of the aerospace and aviation industry. This technology is essential for executing specialized heat treatments on various aerospace components, ranging from wings to fuselages.

    Kexin brand induction heating equipment is utilized for the precise heat treatment of assembly components, including bearings, brake systems, transmission mechanisms, gears, joints, and shafts.

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