The process, the products and the people. And how they are boosting productivity in amazing ways.
Induction heating is fast, precises, clean, energy efficient, controllable and repeatable. Learn how this amazing technology can be used for practically any industrial heating application.
This brochure gives you an overview of our service offering—what you get and how you benefit.
HardLine is EFD Induction’s family of heat treatment systems for surface- and through-hardening.
HeatLine is EFD Induction’s family of systems for melting and forging applications.
Induction coils - How to make them into powerful business tools
The future is interconnected, bringing with it possibilities of access to real-time data, remote service and new ways to perform diagnostics and troubleshooting.
Sinac is EFD Induction’s range of complete stationary induction heating systems.
Weldac is EFD Induction’s family of high-output, solid-state tube and pipe welders. The Weldac family covers a wide range of power sizes; from 50 kW up to 2200 kW. and a frequency range of 60-500 kHz.
Introducing the HardLine Hybrid horizontal hardening machine. The world’s fastest and most flexible Horizontal hardening machine
HardLine vertical hardening systems are available in four machine types, each one designed for a range of workpiece sizes: VS, VM, VL, VXL.
The HardLine Centerless Pusher (CP) is a hardening system specially designed for high-volume hardening of plain bars and shafts.
HardLine VL vertical hardening sytstems har designed for high-throughput hardening of shafts, bars, racks , tube, axles and gears,
The EFD Induction HardLine Rotary Table (RT) hardening system is specially designed for fast, trouble-free hardening of automotive valves.
The HardLine CIHM-C is a range of EFD Induction conveyor-type systems for fast, reliable and cost-effective hardening and tempering of crankshafts.
The HardLine CIHM-D from EFD Induction is a drum-type system for reliable and cost-effective hardening and tempering of crankshafts.
The HardLine CIHM-H from EFD Induction is an induction hardening system for large crankshafts up to a maximum length of 10m.
The HardLine CIHM-R is a range of EFD Induction robot-type systems for fast, reliable and cost-effective hardening and tempering of crankshafts.
The Energy Management System is an option for your HardLine - heat treatment system. It is a professional way to minimize energy consumption.
EFD Induction's deck and bulkhead straightening systems are specially designed for ship straightening.
Automated, high-output solutions for bar end and partial heating.
EFD Induction billet heaters heat practically any dimension of billets and slugs in materials as diverse as stainless steel, copper, aluminum, titanium and brass.
An integrated induction hardening and tempering solution let you easily produce premium grade chain—a product that commands premium prices in international markets.
Induction heating is used within a variety of fields in the production of electric cars.
What makes it so effective? More and more companies are opting for induction-based hardening solutions.
The unrivalled accuracy, control and efficiency of induction heating makes it ideal for key tasks in the manufacture and maintenance of rolling stock and rails.
EFD Induction's melting furnaces are proven solutions for labs and small to mid-size foundries.
In-line seam normalizing systems from EFD Induction—a proven way to meet oil and gas pipe standards.
The innovative EFD Induction shrink-fitting system can heat any size of motor house for electrical motors and pumps.
Flameless, fast, controllable and mobile—these are just some of the features that make induction perfect for a range of offshore applications.
Induction heating cuts deck and bulkhead straightening times by as much as 80 per cent compared to alternative methods.
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.
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
What is induction brazing? Brazing produces strong, shock-resistant and visually attractive joints. But why select induction over flame brazing?
Induction brazing of short-circuit rings delivers several technical and cost benefits.
Improved throughput. Consistent quality. Easy operation. High reproducibility. A more productive working environment. These are just some of the advantages when brazing faucets with induction.
Within the automotive industry, induction curing of panels is currently the primary method of choice for pre-curing adhesives and sealers for automotive closure components.
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.
Induction heating cuts coating removal times by as much as 90 per cent compared to alternative methods.
The unrivalled accuracy, control and efficiency of induction heating makes it ideal for many key tasks in the manufacture and processing of wire and cable products.