Induction Tempering Machine
Induction Heating offers a controllable and localized method of heat without contact to the parts (components) being heated. The heat is generated by inducing an alternating magnetic field into electrically conductive materials. Induction Heating technology is very low cost to run and normally creates significant costs savings versus other traditional process heating technologies.
Used in heat treatment, bonding, brazing, welding, forging, melting and heat fitting solutions in many fields like medical device, auto parts, metalwork, machinery equipment industry, electronics and electrical industry, metal industry and packaging industry, cable wire, foundry metal, Tube pipe, etc.
Parts surface heating treatment, parts surface hardening, tempering, annealing, etc.
Metal brazing, high-frequency brazing, pan bottom brazing, tool head brazing, copper brazing, lead-free soldering, vacuum fusion, etc.
Forging, shaping, warm bending, high frequency shrinkage fitting, heat enveloping, heat sealing, metal desiccating, nut inserting, rotor inserting, etc.
Precious metals melting
Dry resin, resin coating, warm resin forming, shrinkage fitting & extraction, etc.
Oil and Gas
This highly efficient technology uses non-contact heating to induce heat electromagnetically rather than using a propane torch or resistance heating. Through induction, the part becomes its own heating element and is heated from within. This makes induction very efficient because there is virtually no heat loss in the process.
The time to reach temperature is much faster than with flame or resistance heating - reducing cycle time. Set-up and tear-down times are fast, and unlike flame or resistance, induction allows continuous heating and fabrication.
Induction heating reduces operating costs because the target temperature is reached much faster, resulting in lower consumable costs and labor expenses. In addition, it eliminates the cost of gas, firefighters and heating subcontractors.
Provides excellent joint temperature uniformity. Induction eliminates the inconsistencies and quality problems associated with flame or resistance heating.
Welders are not exposed to open flames, explosive gases, and the high temperature elements associated with flame and resistance heating. Heat transfer methods create a cooler environment, which reduces operator fatigue and improves working conditions.
Whatever your heating needs are, you can be almost certain that TY Induction has the equipment to meet them. And just in case we don't, we can sit down with you to design your own custom induction heating solution.