A supplier to the automotive industry was looking to heat a cooling fan shaft for a metal-to-plastic insertion (heat staking) application. They needed to heat the end of the shaft to 572 oF (300 oC) within three seconds. They turned to the application engineers at THE LAB at Ambrell to come up with a solution.
A client was designing a new process and needed a method for heating wires and strips for coating removal. The application was for a company in the transformer industry. They were concerned about speed, repeatability and safety, so they turned to induction heating, and they trusted THE LAB at Ambrell to design a process that met their specifications and budgetary requirements.
A client had been using torches for heating parts prior to bending in the automotive accessory industry. However, they wanted to improve upon the speed, repeatability and safety that torch heating offered. Consequently, they turned to THE LAB at Ambrell to help them design a process that met their specifications and budgetary requirements.