After investing in an EFD Induction Weldac welder, Sperrin Trading Services Ltd (STS) in Northern Ireland has been able to increase their production output and free up valuable space.
To get the most out of your EFD Induction equipment you should use EFD Induction coils. Even if you use non-EFD Induction power sources, we can still provide you with new, more efficient coils. Alternatively, we can re-condition your existing coils to increase their working life and productivity.
Our logistical and tracking support will help ensure you always have enough coils to hand. We also make sure that coils are replaced before they pose a threat to uptime and productivity.
Worldwide network of labs and coilshops
Designing and testing coils is often the process with the longest lead time when devising an induction heating solution. That is because the design must first be rigorously tested to see if it works as expected in harsh working environments. However, such testing requires specialist equipment—the kind you find in our worldwide network of labs and coil workshops.
Skilled specialists on call
EFD Induction coil engineers are specialists at building, testing and reconditioning coils for many of the world’s leading manufacturing companies.
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