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Induction heating solutions

Seamless hardening. Why induction is the smarter choice. Seamless induction hardening is the proven cost-saving alternative to thermo-chemical processes.
How to reduce distortion and costs when hardening small gears
EFD Induction crankshaft hardening systems are a proven way to meet stringent specifications, while at the same time minimizing costs.
There are many reasons why induction heating is the preferred method for hardening camshafts.
EFD Induction's melting furnaces are proven solutions for labs and small to mid-size foundries.
EFD Induction billet heaters heat practically any dimension of billets and slugs in materials as diverse as stainless steel, copper, aluminum, titanium and brass.
Automated, high-output solutions for bar end and partial heating.
Induction brazing. Why it’s ideal for short-circuit rings. EFD Induction’s unique coil design, together with induction heating’s speed and accuracy, mean minimal heat inputs.
Flameless, fast, controllable and mobile—these are just some of the features that make induction perfect for a range of offshore applications.
In-line seam normalizing systems from EFD Induction—a proven way to meet oil and gas pipe standards.
Induction heating cuts deck and bulkhead straightening times by as much as 80 per cent compared to alternative methods.
An integrated induction hardening and tempering solution let you easily produce premium grade chain—a product that commands premium prices in international markets.
Improved throughput. Consistent quality. Easy operation. High reproducibility. A more productiveworking environment. These are just some of the advantages when brazing faucets with induction.
The use of induction heating for bolt expansion in high-pressure turbines is a powerful business tool. It’s faster than resistance and flame heating.