Why Induction Heating is the Green Technology of the Future

Why Induction Heating is the Green Technology of the Future? As the world continues to focus on sustainable energy and reducing carbon emissions, industries are seeking new ways to make their processes more environmentally friendly. One promising technology is induction heating, which uses magnetic fields to produce heat without the need for fossil fuels or … Read more

Induction Heating Machines with Maximizing Efficiency and Performance

Maximizing Efficiency and Performance with Induction Heating Machines As an industrial heating technology, induction heating has become increasingly popular in recent years. This technology can be used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, metalworking, and many others. Induction heating machines offer several advantages over traditional heating methods, including faster and more efficient heating, improved process … Read more

Brazing Steel Automotive Parts With Induction Heating System

Brazing Steel Automotive Parts With Induction Heating System Automotive Parts Use For Induction Heating The automotive industry utilizes many different parts that require heat for assembly. Processes such as brazing, soldering, hardening, tempering, and shrink fitting are common thought-out the automotive industry. These heating processes can be improved significantly through the use of induction heating … Read more

induction preheating before welding steel pipe

Induction Preheating Before Welding Steel Pipe This induction heating application shows the preheating of steel pipe before welding with 30kW air-cooled induction power supply and air-cooled coil. Inductively preheating of the pipe section to be welded ensures faster welding time and a better quality of the welding joint. Industry: Manufacturing Equipment: HLQ 30kw air cooled … Read more

Induction Heating System Topology Review

Induction Heating System Topology Review All induction heating systhems are developed using electromagnetic induction which was first discovered by Michael Faraday in 1831. Electromagnetic induction refers to the phenomenon by which electric current is generated in a closed circuit by the fluctuation of current in another circuit placed next to it. The basic principle of … Read more