Induction heating applications
From faucets to spaceships, from solar cells to bulldozers, from wind farms to power stations. Induction heating can be used in a wide variety of industrial applications.
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Annealing and normalising
Induction heating for treating individual workpieces to exact specifications.
Induction heating for fast and easy bolt expansion in high-pressure turbines.
Induction heating for the bonding of adhesives and sealants for components.
Induction heating for joining a wide range of metals, even ferrous to non-ferrous.
Induction heating of metal parts before shaping by presses or hammers.
Induction heating for increasing the hardness and durability of steel.
Induction heating for the melting of metal and glass into liquid form.
Paint and coating removal
Induction heating cutting coating removal times by up to 90 percent.
Induction heating for the post-treatment of materials and workpieces.
Induction heating of materials and workpieces prior to further processing.
Induction heating for temporary expansion for insertion or removal of parts.
Induction heating cutting deck straightening times by up to 80 percent.
Induction heating for optimizing mechanical properties in hardened workpieces.
Induction heating to ensure reliable and high-throughput longitudinal welding.
Wire and cable heating
Induction heating for the manufacturing and processing of wire and cable products.