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Ambrell's EKOHEAT: Proven Solution for Automotive Manufacturing

Ambrell, a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, has sold an EKOHEAT 15 kW/100 kHz induction heating system to a supplier of automotive automation solutions. The client will use the EKOHEAT in a system that hardens the teeth of starter ring gears. The starter ring gear transfers torque from the starter motor pinion to the flywheel, which rotates the engine so it begins to cycle.

Ambrell EKOHEAT 15 kW/100 kHz induction heating systems provide rapid, efficient, repeatable heating and are easily integrated into an in-line production process. Thanks to their ability to change transformer taps and capacitors, EKOHEATs are also highly versatile and able to heat parts of varying sizes and geometries. EKOHEAT systems have long been popular within the automotive industry. Ambrell recently presented its all new EKOHEAT with VPA Technology equipment. The new generation is equipped with industrial ethernet communication compatibility protocols which makes your production management even easier.

induction heating for automotive industry

Ambrell understands the needs of demanding manufacturing conditions within the automotive manufacturing industry. We craft our solutions to fulfill your process application needs with our complimentary lab service. We also offer numerous application insights to automotive manufacturers interested in improving their production process, whether it's brazing, curing, hardening or bonding. For more information please visit our extensive induction application video library!

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