Induction Heat Treating
What is Induction Heat Treating?
Induction Heat Treating is an induction heating process that provides specific targeted heating of metals by electromagnetic induction as this process relies on induced electrical currents within the material to create heat and is the favoured method utilised to harden, bond, or soften metals or other conductive materials. Induction Heat Treating offers a beneficial combination of speed, consistency and control and is a cost-effective heating method for applications which involve joining, heating, treating, and materials testing. Induction heat treating, done by well-regulated use of an electrically heated coil, permits you to select the best physical characteristics for not only each metal part—but for each section on that metal component. Induction hardening gives superior durability to bearing journals and shaft sections without sacrificing the ductility necessary to handle shock loads and vibration. You can harden internal bearing surfaces and valve seats in intricate parts without creating distortion problems. This means that you are able to harden or anneal specific areas for durability and ductility in ways that will best serve your needs.
Benefits of Induction Heat Treating
Consistency of the heat treating process removes the discrepancies and quality issues linked with open flame, torch heating and other procedures as with latest solid state systems, accurate temperature control provides consistent results.
Focused heat treat surface hardening retains original ductility of core while hardening a high wear area of the part. The hardened area is accurately controlled in respect to case depth, width, location and hardness.
Maximized productivity production rates can be achieved as heat is produced directly inside the part. Improved product quality parts never come into direct contact with a flame or other heating element as a result; product warpage, distortion and reject rates are diminished.
Induction Heat Treating is a clean, non-polluting process which will support protecting the environment. Reduced energy consumption as this energy-efficient Induction Heat Treating process converts up to 90% of the energy expended into useful heat as compared to batch furnaces which are usually 45% energy-efficient only.
Induction Heaters Products
Induction Heaters by Ratings
In Aviation Industry, product quality and process consistency are obviously crucial. Precise, repeatable and contact-free induction heating is crucial for aircraft manufacturers, and their suppliers. Our compact Induction Heaters are chiefly sought after by maintenance divisions because of their ease of mobility…. Read More
Induction heaters are widely used for food and beverage processing for applications such as drying & dehydrating, sanitation & disinfection, pasteurization, baking, etc on industrial scales. Induction heating is completed using a process called susceptor heating which consists of using an induction coil to heat an electrically …. Read More
Induction heating provides a faster, superior substitute to furnace heating and more efficiently heating in forging applications. Induction heating has high power density, exceptionally rapid heating, with exacting control over the heated area. Precision Instruments & Allieds’ Induction Heaters Induction heating technology…. Read More
Precision Instruments & Allieds’ supplies Induction Heaters to the world’s leading producers of freezers, refrigerators, dishwashers, washing machines and faucets. Induction heaters are used for induction heating for controllable, accurate, and repeatable, leak-proof and corrosion-resistant joints. …. Read More
Induction heating provides quick, reliable heat for the medical devices manufacturing industry and research applications. Induction Heaters are widely used in the medical device manufacturing industry for applications like catheter tipping, annealing steel tubes, brazing miniature parts, curing…. Read More
Dies and Moulds are used in numerous manufacturing procedures and in several situations the process would require induction heating. The procedure of injection molding of plastic or rubber products needs pre-heating of the molds to a higher temperature, to confirm the proper flow…. Read More
Precision Instruments & Allieds’ Induction Heaters Induction heating has been serving oil and gas service companies and is used within a variety of fields in the oil and gas industry. Induction Heaters are widely used in Oil & Gas Industry for applications like pre weld heat treatment, post weld heat treatment…. Read More
Precision Instruments & Allieds’ is the leading supplier of heating solutions for the power generation industry and energy sector. Induction Heaters are widely used in the Power Generation Industry for applications like production of gears and slewing rings for wind turbines, industrial gas turbine engine…. Read More
In Railways, Induction Heaters are widely used for crucial tasks in the manufacture and maintenance of rolling stock and rails and are chiefly sought after because of their ease of mobility and flexibility. Induction Heaters are widely used in railways for shrink-fitting of ball bearings, lock rings, steel tyres on rims…. Read More
Induction heaters are extensively used in shipyards for the construction, repair and maintenance of all kinds of vessels and are chiefly sought after because of their ease of mobility and flexibility. Induction Heaters are widely used in heat treatment of shafts, straight welding of beams in double hulls…. Read More
Induction heating has outstanding reliability, efficiency and robustness. Induction Heaters are widely used in Tube & Pipes Manufacturing Industry for applications like preheating and post heating of various work pieces, Preheating and stress relieving of OCTG pipe ends, Seam annealing of longitudinal tube welds…. Read More