Induction Billet Heater
Induction billet heater for the heating of copper/aluminum/iron steel billets before hot forming
For heating various of bar materials: such as steel & iron, bronze, brass, aluminum alloy, etc.
Picture just for reference, color is changable with different power.
Functions and special specifications customized by customer’s requirements.
Features and Advantages:
1.Automatic:Automatic feeding, automatic selection of the work-piece is good or bad, automatic measurement of temperature, automatic discharge.
2. Integrated design: Save installation time,cost and space.
3. Operation panel embedded displays machine operating states, to facilitate fault diagnosis.
|Heating fast and stable
|saving 20%- 30% electric energy than traditional way;
High efficiency and low energy consumption
|Small in size
|Easy to install, operate and repair
|Safe and reliable
|No high voltage, very safe to your workers.
|A cooling circulation system
|Able to operate continuously 24 hours
|many types of alarm lamps:
over-current, over-voltage, over hot, water shortage etc. These lamps can control and protect machine.
|Almost no oxide layer,
produced no exhaust, no waste-water
|Avoid the interruption of unrelated electric net;
Ensure the long-life of the machine.
|3phases, 380V/410V/440V , 50/60Hz
|Max Input Current
|0.5KHz^20KHz ( Oscillating frequency will be customized according to the size of heating parts)
|Duty Cycle Loading
|100%,24h continuously work
|Cooling Water Desires
|0.1MPa<Water Pressure<0.3MPa, Water hardness<50
|extension will be customized according to the material and size of heating parts
|Depend on the dimension of extension
In the induction billet heater the whole of the billets or slug is heated. Normally for short billets or slugs a hopper or bowl is used to automatically present the billets in line to pinch rollers, chain driven tractor units or in some cases pneumatic pushers. The billets are then driven through the coil one behind the other on water cooled rails or ceramic liners are used through the coil bore which reduce friction and prevent wear. The length of the coil is a function of the required soak time, the cycle time per component and the length of the billet. In high volume large cross section work it is not unusual to have 4 or 5 coils in series to give 5 m (16 ft) of coil or more.