Within the automotive manufacturing industry, induction heating is used extensively in body, engine, electrical and other system.
Electric vehicles (EV) are steadily gaining in popularity. Induction processes are used in many stages of EV production.
Induction heating is a convenient and flexible method to deliver high-strength magnetic fields to nanoparticles.
Induction heating for rotor finishing saves on energy costs and valuable production time.
To improve production rates and fastener quality, fastener manufacturers use heat in their heading, threading and patching production processes.
Induction heating is an easier method for the production of ammunition which does not use pans, torches, revolving wheels or conveyor type ovens.
In down hole fixed cutter, rock, or hammer drill bit manufacturing and rebuild operations, 40-60 tool inserts are individually brazed onto a single drill bit.
A superior alternative to furnace heating, induction heating provides faster, more efficient heat in forging applications.
Induction heating is the preferred solution for tube and pipe manufacturers looking for more effective, cost-efficient heating technology.