Ambrell Induction Heating
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Ambrell to Exhibit at FABTECH 2019

Nov 7, 2019 2:49:20 PM / by Brett Daly

Ambrell Induction Heating at FABTECH


Ambrell, an inTEST Company and a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, will exhibit at FABTECH 2019. The event will take place November 11-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL USA and Ambrell representatives will be present in booth A3334. At the booth, induction demonstrations will be offered and application engineers will be on-hand to discuss customer heating applications. 

Induction heating is a rapid, efficient, controllable, non-contact method of heating electrically conductive materials. Non-conductive materials can also be heated with a conductive susceptor. Systems often require less of a footprint than other heating methods; especially when one considers that the coil and workhead can be placed a considerable distance away from the induction power supply.

Ambrell manufactures a wide range of high and low frequency induction heating systems, ranging from 1 kW to 500 kW. All systems are manufactured at its Rochester, NY USA headquarters with global sales and service locations. The cornerstone of the Ambrell experience is its applications testing. THE LAB at Ambrell will test the client’s application and recommend the right system based on their process requirements. 


FABTECH draws over 48,000 professionals from across the United States to learn about the latest advancements in manufacturing. Over 1,700 companies exhibit in areas such as metal forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing. Dr. Girish Dahake, who is an induction heating guru with over 25 years of experience, will be available at booth A3334 to discuss visitor heating applications. Visitors are encouraged to bring parts and drawings. 

More information is available on the FABTECH website or at Use code FBGuest when you register to receive a free exhibit hall pass.


Topics: Tradeshows

Written by Brett Daly


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