With an induction furnace the process is considerably cleaner than with a traditional furnace. This means you don't need to purify after the melting, which makes it possible to cut one step in the production process. Lower maintenance costs and machine inventory are some of the benefits.
Induction is also safer and more cost-effective. No flame that leads to substantial heat losses or increases the risk of work injuries and fires. In addition, induction heat is accurate and repeatable—important to secure the quality in your melting processes.
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Industrial heat processing systems
HeatLine is EFD Induction’s family of systems for melting and forging applications. A comprehensive range, HeatLine systems feature serial and/or parallel compensated induction power sources for a wide range of output powers and frequencies.
HeatLine’s serial technology is built around robust, high-uptime IGBT transistors. Our parallel technology features thyristor, IGBT and MOSFET components. Each HeatLine converter offers automatic load matching, a single microprocessor-based control board and integrated capacitors.
In addition to systems for melting and forging, HeatLine offers solutions for graphite coating, wire and strip heating, spring wire rolling, glass melting, graphite susceptor heating, galvanizing, food and chemical vessel heating, and other special applications.
Our induction coil services cover all your coil needs: from coil design through to coil manufacture, installation, maintenance, repair and replacement.
Correct coil design is essential to cost-effective induction heating. This service ensures you get design customized to your heating applications and materials. Which, in turn, means that you get the right heating patterns and your induction heating power supply delivers maximum output. You can use the service when introduction induction heating for the first time, or when upgrading existing coils.
Each EFD Induction coil is documented in a database containing all essential information. This makes it quick and easy for us to repair and replace your coils with constant quality. You can use the service when introducing induction heating for the first time, or when upgrading existing coils.
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Philippe Derain of EFD Induction France gives a brief introduction to one of the lesser-known uses of induction heating: glass fiberizing.