Induction post-heating refers to any process where induction is used to heat workpieces or materials that have already undergone significant processing. Metal components and welds, for example, must often be post-heated to relieve internal stresses caused by a previous process. Induction post-heating is also used to heat cable cores following extrusion.
- Induction gives speed, versatility, precision and controllability
- Heat is induced directly in the cable core; fast cross-linking of the insulation’s polymers
- Minac brings the benefits of induction to flame-free sites, such as offshore oil and gas platforms