Ambrell Induktionserwärmung
Ambrell Induktionserwärmung
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Induktive Klebstoffhärtung

Induktive Klebstoffhärtung ist der Prozess des Verbindens eines Metalls oder eines leitfähigen Materials mit einem Gummi- oder Kunststoffmaterial ohne Verwendung eines zusätzlichen Bindemittels. Induktives Kleben erfordert eine genaue Kontrolle der Wärme, wobei Temperaturen erreicht werden müssen, die zu einer Verformung der Anhaftungen führen. Moderne Induktionserwärmung bietet viele Vorteile gegenüber anderen Erwärmungsmethoden und wird bei Klebeanwendungen häufig verwendet. Induktive Erwärmung liefert zuverlässige, wiederholbare, berührungsfreie und energieeffiziente Wärme in kürzester Zeit. Halbleitersysteme können sehr kleine Bereiche innerhalb genauer Produktionstoleranzen ohne Beeinträchtigung der einzelnen metallurgischen Eigenschaften erwärmen.

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Anwendungen: Induktives Kleben

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Bonding Steel Tubes to Plastic Tubes

It took just five seconds with our lowest power unit to deliver the heat to the bond just where it was needed.

Debonding Rubber Gaskets with Metal End Rings

It took a modest amount of time to debond the rubber gasket from the metal end ring in this release/debonding application. Heat is delivered only where needed.

Bonding adhesive onto a steel washer for an automotive application

To heat a steel washer to the targeted temperature to enable adhesive curing; it will be part of an automated process for an automotive industry application

Bonding plastic with a steel gasket for an automotive application

Induction heating enables rapid bonding, can easily be integrated into the client's manufacturing process due to modest space requirements and delivers a highly repeatable process.

De-bonding a magnetic steel paint can lid

The goal of the process is to quickly and cleanly remove the can lid and to pour out paint to reformulate. Induction enabled rapid removal of the paint can lids.

Bonding a stainless steel sheet to a soundproofing mat

The part was assembled with the mat in contact with the stainless steel sheet. The part was set on non-conductive material, and placed inside the coil.

De-bonding urethane from a steel insert (doffer pad)

A three-turn pancake style coil is used to de-bond urethane from the steel disc. The part is placed onto two 0.10 (2.5mm) thick ceramic rods on top of the coil and heated for 15 seconds... 

Debonding inserts for manifold

A four-turn two-position helical coil is used to debond the inserts from the plastic. The coil is placed against the manifold and power is applied to the two inserts for 15 seconds to soften the plastic... 

Bonding a stainless steel needle to a plastic shank

A pancake/plate coil is used in this application. Ten assemblies are placed in the coil and power is applied for 1 second to melt the plastic to the stainless steel needle

Sealing a Nylon Shell for a fuel vapor Assembly

Filter modules are assembled on the fixture with ring gasket. Pressure is applied to the modules, modules are rotated and induction heating is started. After 10-12 seconds, heating is halted and the modules are removed from the fixture.

Bonding Rubber Gaskets to a Steel Gas Intake Manifold

To bond rubber gaskets to the top and bottom of a steel gas tank assembly.

Debonding rubber coating from a steel casted water valve

Induction heating provides minimal, if any, damage to parts process, is more environmentally-friendly without use of noxious chemicals and delivers even distribution of heating

Debond rubber seal from steel oil seal ring

Induction heating provides highly accurate, fast, more efficient placement of heat, no effect to surrounding components

Bonding plastic sleeve to stainless steel handle for food industry

Induction heating provides highly accurate, fast, more efficient placement of heat, no effect to surrounding components

De-bonding Stainless Steel/Carbon Fiber Assembly

Induction heating process is more environmentally-friendly without the use of noxious chemicals

Metal to plastic bonding of beer kegs

A single-turn solenoid coil is placed around the assembled beer keg and heated for 35 seconds as the keg is rotated. Pressure is applied with a press on the top rim whilst the keg is rotating, forming a seal between the aluminium mesh and the two halves of the beer keg.

Bonding Metal to Plastic for Dental Tools

Reliable bonds are produced when the diameters of the preassembled parts are consistent with little clearance before they are heated.

Bonding Metal Housings to Plastic Holders for Lenses

Induction heating improves processing quality by delivering uniform heat to two parts at once using a single-turn €˜peanut' coil. Localized heat enables easy alignment of optical components during final assembly

Bonding Solar Panel Shingles

To heat the stainless steel substrate of a solar panel shingle in order to melt the polymer encapsulant, allowing two shingles to bond together with a 3 inch overlap.

Bonding Automotive Trim Vinyl Covering

Heating to 500°F is accomplished through the use of the unique coil; molding is continuously processed at a rate over 20 feet per minute.

Bonding a plastic handle to a surgical knife

Bonding handle of a stainless steel surgical knife into a plastic handle for very small areas within precise production tolerances

Heating Aluminum Auto Trim for Adhesive Curing

To heat various sizes of aluminum auto trim to 500°F (260°C) at a rate of 30 ft. (9.1m) per minute for curing an adhesive.

Press-Bonding Metal Clips Into Sealers

To heat metal clips and press-bond them into rubber seals. The metal needs to be heated to 250°F to 350°F with a cycle time not exceeding 3 seconds

Über Induktionserwärmung

Induktionserwärmung

Induktionserwärmung ist eine schnelle, effiziente, genaue, wiederholbare und kontaktlose Methode, um Metalle oder andere Stromleiter-Materialien zu erwärmen. Das Material kann ein Metall wie Stahl, Kupfer, Aluminium oder Messing sein oder auch ein Halbleiter wie Karbon, Graphit oder Silikon-Karbid. Um nichtleitende Materialien wie Kunststoffe oder Glas zu erwärmen, wird die Induktion verwendet, um einen Stromleiter-Suszeptor wie Graphit zu erwärmen, der dann seinerseits die Wärme auf das nichtleitende Material überträgt.

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