Induction heating machines for other applications
IH is suitable for partial annealing and tempering after carburizing and achieves desired surface specifications by heating only the necessary areas.
Induction shrink fitting is a process for connecting and detaching compressor rollers and shafts, bearings, and gears that is easily incorporated into production lines.
Billets are heated by our high-power, high-efficiency transistorized converter before forging. Only the billets are heated, thereby decreasing required energy and space.
Metallic materials in a glass tube are heated and vaporized.
Brazing by induction heating is much more efficient than burners. Induction brazing also has high reproducibility, short processing time, and clean working environment.
Our temperature control technology is well-suited for sintering including tungsten carbide hot press, vacuum, and diamond tools.
Pipes are passed through a heating coil and welded together. The necessary heat is generated in the metal pipes themselves for high energy efficiency.