Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), one of the world’s largest builders of cruise ships and gas tankers, has installed two EFD Induction “Terac 25” deck straightening systems at its main shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan.
Ekornes, the largest furniture maker in Scandinavia, has selected an EFD Induction mobile ‘Minac’ heating system to braze steel support bars used in sofas.
Are you smart, motivated and qualified? Think you can blossom in a fast-paced, international environment? Then there could be a place for you at EFD Induction. Click here to see currently available positions.
Oil and gas contractor Bonatti has selected an EFD Induction post-weld heat treatment (PWHT) solution to help build the world’s longest 13% Cr onshore pipeline.
The corrosion-resistant pipeline is part of the In Salah Southern Fields project (ISSF) in the Algerian Sahara desert.
Philippe Derain of EFD Induction France gives a brief introduction to one of the lesser-known uses of induction heating: glass fiberizing.
Glass fiberizing—the science of turning molten glass into fine fibres—requires a steady source of heat, sand, recycled glass…and an understanding of how candyfloss is made.
‘Induction Instruction’ is a new series of short articles where EFD Induction experts write about various aspects of induction heating.
For this first article, Leif Markegård, senior R&D engineer at EFD Induction Norway, describes what’s important when designing induction coils.