Ambrell will exhibit at the 2020 Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology & The Battery Show Digital Days. It will be held November 10-12 as a virtual event. It filled with technical sessions, panels, workshops, networking opportunities, live product demos, and more—all delivered through a virtual platform. At the event, you can connect not only with the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology community, but also the larger advanced battery and EV/HEV technology community from their sister event, the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe in Stuttgart, Germany.
Ambrell will have a "virtual booth" at the conference where attendees can view literature, watch videos, and download educational pieces regarding induction heating. Additionally, attendees can schedule a virtual chat with Ambrell representatives to discuss their heating applications. Be sure to ask about free virtual parts testing from THE LAB at Ambrell.
THE LAB at Ambrell has worked on an array of automotive applications from curing brake rotor coatings to hardening/tempering of engine parts to metal-to-plastic insertion of steel inserts into car door handles. Ambrell meets the rigorous needs of automotive OEMs, integrators and tier 1 and 2 suppliers by delivering precise, repeatable and reliable heating of parts through an industry-exclusive process.
Companies implement induction heating for many reasons. It delivers rapid, localized heating that only heats the portion of the part that requires it, which can save time and energy while also enhancing part quality. With a flame or an oven, the entire part often ends up getting heated. Induction also is instant on/off, and only uses energy when the part needs to be heated. It also can be easily integrated into production lines and cells.