Induction Heating Equipment
Billets range from Φ25 to Φ150 and temperature range from 900℃ to 1300 ℃ can be performed by this induction heating line.
Induction heating is widely used to heat metals prior to hot forming by forging. Progressive multistage horizontal heating is popular for small- and medium-size billets (usually less than 150 mm in diameter)
TY Induction Billet Heating Systems for Forging enables today’s forging plants to heat up rapidly material while ensuring uniform temperature and high efficiency.
TY Induction can offer a complete Billet Total Heating Induction Equipment with full-automatic or Semi-automatic material handling machine, water cooling system and temperature control. TY Induction Power Supplies use IGBT technology and LC series resonant circuit. 100% launch up under any load conditions and 24 hours operation. Self-Diagnostics with Fault LED’s & Alarm Indicator.
TY Induction induction heating machines are widely used in mechanical forging heating processing, industrial heat treatment manufacturing, tool induction brazing manufacturing, food heating processing and other fields. Based on the principle of induction technology updating and customer demand, TY Induction has been striving to produce industrial induction heating equipment with its own characteristics and independent core technology in the induction heating industry. With the renewal of induction heating equipment from generation to generation, and our rich experience in induction heating industrial applications, we provide high quality industrial induction heating equipment to end customers worldwide
Induction heating equipment with a frequency of 1-10Khz is usually considered as medium frequency induction heating equipment, and induction heating equipment with a frequency of 50Khz or more is considered as high frequency induction heating equipment.
Different quenching depths
The quenching depth of the two is different depending on the frequency of the induction heating equipment. The quenching depth of medium frequency induction heating equipment is generally 3.5-6mm, while the quenching depth of high frequency induction heating equipment is 1.2-1.5mm.
Different heat transmission diameter
Medium-frequency induction heating equipment has great advantages in the heat transmission of workpieces. It is mainly used for the heat transmission heat treatment of workpieces. The workpiece with a diameter of 45-90mm can be subjected to a transheat heat treatment. However, high frequency induction heating equipment can only dilute thin and small workpieces.
Induction heating differs from some common heating methods in that it does not rely on convection and radiation to transfer heat to the surface of the product. Instead, heat is generated on the surface of the product by an electric current, and then transferred from the surface to the product by heat conduction. The depth of direct heating using induction current depends on the electrical reference depth.
Unlike some combustion methods, induction heating can be precisely controlled independent of batch size. By varying the current, voltage and frequency of the induction coil, fine-tuned engineering heating can be achieved, making it ideal for precision applications such as surface hardening, tempering and annealing. High precision heating is critical for critical applications such as automotive, aerospace, fiber optics, ammunition bonding, wire hardening and spring wire tempering. Induction heating is well suited for specialty metal applications involving titanium, precious metals and advanced composites. The precise heating control provided by induction is unmatched. In addition, utilizing the same heating principles as vacuum crucible heating applications, induction heating can be applied continuously in the atmosphere. An example is bright annealing of stainless steel tubes.
Induction heating is easy to set up, offers fast heat-up times, and provides superior heating efficiency, accuracy, and part temperature uniformity. In addition, induction offers safety advantages over open flame and resistance heating methods.
Preheating and maintaining weld temperatures
Post-weld heat treatment (PWHT) up to 1450° F
Cold shrink fit-up processes
Various other applications requiring heat
Oil and gas
This highly efficient technology uses non-contact heating to induce heat electromagnetically rather than using a propane torch or resistance heating. By induction, the part becomes its own heating element, heated from within. This makes induction very efficient because very little heat is lost in the process.
|Output Power||100kw to 1000KW|
|Output Frequency||0.5KHz to 12KHz|
|Power Input||342V-430V, 3ph, 50/60hz|
|Capabilities||Up to 5000kg(11023lbs)/hr|
• TY Induction Power Supplies use IGBT technology and LC series resonant circuit
• High power factor (0.90 - 0.98): No need Compensating capacitor banks for Power Factor correction
• 100% launch up under any load conditions and 24 hours operation
• Self-Diagnostics with Fault LED’s & Alarm Indicator
• Siemens PLC & HMI provide data collection and communication between main control cabinet and components
• Remote control of Induction Power Supply and other components
• Operating in automatic and manual modes
• Save programs and production data in memory
• Reproducible results ensure greater quality of product
• Minimized Energy Consumption
• Reduced labor cost with fully automatic loader and feeder
• Minimized scale reduces material cost
• Easy Maintenance and Troubleshooting
• Better working conditions and environmental protection