Induction casting is a method for one-step creation of different parts and tools either complex or simple designs from melting materials. Induction casting comprises heating and melting to a proper temperature after which the liquid material is poured into a proper mould or cavity to keep its shape during solidification. Induction casting offers several important benefits for the casting applications as it is a contactless method which protects the samples from contamination and allows accurate temperature control avoiding overheating and premature solidification of the material. When metal mixtures undergo induction casting, the high-frequency magnetic field helps for the homogenization of the resultant alloy. Induction casting is suitable for different types of metal casting processes: continuous casting, centrifugal casting, or dies (high-pressure) casting.
Induction casting can improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and safety of your heating process highly utilised for applications like powder stainless steel and titanium samples casting, induction casting for spectroscopic analysis casting, melting and casting a ceramic compound casting, casting titanium dental implants casting, casting gold with precious stones casting.