Video: Why Induction Heating is a Green Technology


In our latest video, we illustrate why induction heating is a green technology. Induction doesn't consume fossil fuels, nor does it produce hazardous emissions. When compared to gas heating, induction offers energy efficiency, cleaner air and a safer work environment. Induction also doesn't need a warm-up or cool-down cycle, eliminating start-up and shut-down heat losses. It's also a safer method of heating as it reduces the risk of contact burns, and there's also no explosive gases or UV exposure.

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