Roofing pliers are an essential tool when handling and shaping sheet metal for roofs, spouts, gutters, etc
Induction forging uses induction to heat metal parts before they are shaped or ‘deformed’ by presses or hammers.
Induction forging has several key advantages over furnace forging. The speed and controllability of induction heating ensures high throughput. Induction minimizes oxidation and helps maintain metallurgical integrity. Since induction delivers precise, localized heat, it also saves energy. The consistency and repeatability of induction make it ideal for integrating into automated production lines.
Induction forging is widely used in the metal and foundry industries to heat billets, bars and bar ends. Metals commonly forged with EFD Induction systems include aluminum, brass, copper, steel and stainless steel.
Automated, high-output induction heating solutions for bar end and partial heating.
How induction billet heating saves time, space and money. Using induction to heat billets prior to forging delivers numerous commercial and technical benefits.