Solar panels. Giant wind turbines. Electric cars, buses and trains. Amid the alarming newspaper headlines it’s easy to forget that technology is actually fighting back against global warming. A crucial weapon in that fight is induction heating.
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.
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.
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.
How induction heating will 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 heating over flame brazing?
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.