Ambrell Induction Heating
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Heating Surgical Tools for Coating Burn Off

Mar 5, 2021 11:17:56 AM / by Brett Daly posted in THE LAB, coating removal, medical industry

 

 

A client contacted THE LAB at Ambrell because they needed to heat surgical tools to burn off the nylon coating. They had been using a torch for this application. THE LAB determined that an Ambrell EASYHEAT® 1.2 kW, 150-400 kHz induction heating power supply with a single position multiple-turn pancake coil would meet the requirements of this medical industry application. 

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Induction Heat Staking an Arthroscopic Device

May 21, 2020 1:39:44 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Metal-to-Plastic, Induction Heating, heat staking, medical device manufacturing, medical industry

 

 

A manufacturer in the medical industry came to THE LAB at Ambrell with a heat staking application involving a arthroscopic device. They needed to use induction to bond the device's sheath to the collet. Fast, localized heating that didn't impact fixturing were key considerations for this company, and ultimately the rationale for choosing induction heating from Ambrell. 

 

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Ambrell Announces Induction Heating Guide for the Medical Industry

Apr 30, 2020 9:53:31 AM / by Brett Daly posted in Induction Heating, medical device manufacturing, medical industry



Ambrell Corporation, an inTEST Company and a leading manufacturer of induction heating solutions worldwide, announced today the publication of an extensive guide for induction heating applications specifically for the medical industry.

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Brazing Carbide to Steel for a Surgical Device

Apr 14, 2020 11:16:13 AM / by Brett Daly posted in THE LAB, brazing, medical device manufacturing, medical industry



A client from the medical industry came to THE LAB at Ambrell looking to braze carbide to steel as a part of their surgical device manufacturing process. The application involved brazing a carbide wear pad to steel with the end product being automated surgical forceps. The materials were a steel assembly, carbide wear pad and brazing alloy. 

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