Induction Hardening Equipment

This type of induction hardening equipment is aimed for heating the workpieces such as pins, shaft, and gear. Complete set of induction hardening machine contain with induction power supply, transformer, customized heating coil, CNC controlled quenching machine, and cooling system.


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    Slip Ring Induction Hardening

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    Truck Axle Induction Hardening

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    Crank Shaft Hardening

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    Gear Induction Hardening

  • Induction Hardening Machine

    Induction Hardening Machine

  • Axle Shaft after hardening

    Axle Shaft after hardening

TY Induction Hardening Machines

Induction Hardening Machines play a pivotal role in TY's commitment to delivering advanced heat treatment solutions for metal components, ensuring heightened strength and durability. TY offers a versatile range of configurations to meet diverse industry needs, including vertical and horizontal orientations, centerless designs, rotary table setups, and specialized crankshaft machines.

1.TY's Vertical Induction Hardening Machines are tailored for components requiring a vertical orientation during the hardening process. This configuration offers advantages in accessibility and efficiency, ensuring optimal results for specific applications.

2.Horizontal Induction Hardening Machines from TY provide flexibility for a wide range of components, accommodating various shapes and sizes during the hardening process. These machines are designed to deliver precision and efficiency in heat treatment.

3.Centreless Induction Hardening Machines, a specialized offering from TY, are ideal for cylindrical components, ensuring uniform heating and hardening along the entire length of cylindrical parts.

4.TY's Rotary Table Induction Hardening Machines feature a rotating table for the simultaneous treatment of multiple components, optimizing the hardening process for high-volume production scenarios. For the unique demands of crankshafts, TY offers specialized Crankshaft Induction Hardening Machines. These machines are meticulously designed to ensure precise and uniform hardening, catering specifically to the critical requirements of crankshaft components.

In addition to standard configurations, TY provides Customized Induction Hardening Machines, These machines are engineered to address specific hardening requirements, showcasing TY's commitment to meeting diverse customer needs.TY goes beyond individual machines by offering complete turnkey systems. Comprehensive solutions that include not only the Induction Hardening Machine but also integrated components for handling, washing, straightening, and tempering. 

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Induction Hardening Equipment

What is induction hardening?

Induction hardening uses induction heating and rapid cooling (quenching) to increase the hardness and durability of steel. Induction is a non-contact process that produces intense, localized and controlled heat quickly. By induction, only the part to be hardened is heated. Optimal results are achieved by optimizing the heating cycle, frequency, and process parameters such as coil and quench design. 

Induction Surface Hardening

Selective induction surface hardening can improve part performance by providing a mix of mechanical properties, the hardness required for wear surfaces and the ductility of the core to provide impact resistance.

Selective induction hardening can specifically target localized areas of a part and heat it rapidly. As a result, the part forms a layer of hardened material or shell. This is ideal for parts that are subjected to high stresses in operation and require a combination of mechanical properties. For example, high yield strength with both fatigue and wear resistance.

The precise hardness pattern can be controlled by properly adjusting the frequency used, the induction coil geometry, the power level and the position of the part in the coil. Part-to-part hardness patterns remain highly consistent due to the industry-leading accuracy of the TY system. Rotation during the heating process ensures a uniform case.

What are the advantages of induction hardening?

Induction hardening increases throughput. It is a very fast and repeatable process that can be easily integrated into a production line. It is clean, safe and usually has a small footprint. Workpieces are usually treated individually. This ensures that each individual workpiece is hardened to its own exact specifications. The optimized process parameters for each part can be stored on your server. Induction hardening is very energy efficient because only the part to be hardened is heated. 

Where is induction hardening used?

Induction is used to harden many parts. Examples include: gears, crankshafts, camshafts, drive shafts, output shafts, torsion bars, rocker arms, isokinetic universal joints, tulips, valves, rock drills, slewing bearings, inner and outer rings. View various industries application&solution!

Induction Hardening Equipment

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Output Power160KW
Output Frequency3-8khz
Power Input342V-430V, 3ph, 50/60hz


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Induction hardening is a form of heat treatment. To increase both the hardness and brittleness of the pieces. The pieces are heated in the induction field and then cooled rapidly by water, oil or air. Which allows to have localized heating and enable to precisely control the hardening process

Work-pieces Material: Carbon steel, Brass, Iron, Alloy steel, Stainless steel, Aluminum

Application: shaft, gear, spline and pins, etc.