Induction heating is commonly used in the production assembly industry for a variety of applications, such as brazing, hardening, shrink-fitting and soldering.
Induction heating can easily be fitted into various production methods – manual assembly, automated assembly or a combination of both. It is a non-contact form of heating useful in the heating of a range of materials, including ceramics, metals and plastics. The production assembly industry is highly competitive and constantly evolving, with new technologies and processes being developed to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Induction heating is well-suited for use in smart factories and Industry 4.0 environments.
- Precise and consistent heating of materials
- Improved production efficiency, energy efficiency and overall quality
- Possible to connect to sensors and other smart factory technologies