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Using Induction Heating for Annealing

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Using Induction Heating for Annealing

Annealing is a process where heat is applied to a material to increase its malleability and make it...

Induction Annealing a Weld Seam

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Induction Annealing a Weld Seam

A company that manufactures venting solutions was looking to update their induction equipment, and...

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Induction Annealing Steel Parts Shortens Production Time [VIDEO]

In this application video from THE LAB at Ambrell, a steel tool is heated to 1400 °F (760 °C) for...

Induction Annealing Video Just the Tip of a Steel Part in 3 Seconds

Induction Annealing Video Just the Tip of a Steel Part in 3 Seconds

Check out our latest induction heating application video. It involves annealing the tip of a steel...

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Induction Annealing Stainless Steel Tube in 45 Seconds | Ambrell

A tube manufacturer was designing a new process that involved annealing a stainless steel tube, and...

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Pros of Precision Induction Annealing for Steel Hose Clamps

Induction heating can effectively deliver localized heat to parts of virtually all shapes and...

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