1831 | Faraday
In 1831, British scientist Michael Faraday discovers electromagnetic induction. But it would be many years later, in 1891, when the world sees the first application of induction heating for the melting of metals.
1950 | FDF
The German company Induktionserwärmung Fritz Düsseldorf GmbH (FDF) launches a universal induction hardening machine. A new industrial innovator is born.
1981 | ELVA
A group of engineers in Norway, with expertise in frequency converters for induction heating, starts ELVA Induksjon AS and introduces the Minac range of mobile frequency converters.
1991 | FDF and ELVA
The managing directors of FDF and ELVA meet by chance and see the opportunity of combining FDF’s strengths in stationary induction hardening machines with ELVA’s innovative approach, to find new applications for induction heating.
1996 | EFD Induction
FDF and ELVA decide to merge and become EFD Induction.
1996 | IPT Technology
IPT Technology becomes Europe’s first producer of solutions for wireless inductive charging and contactless power transmission.
2022 | ENRX
EFD Induction and IPT Technology create a powerhouse in induction heating, wireless inductive charging and contactless power supply for advanced manufacturing and mobility.