Riscaldamento ad Induzione Ambrell
Riscaldamento ad Induzione Ambrell
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Industria Automobilistica

Nell'industria automobilistica, il riscaldo ad induzione viene utilizzato per la fabbricazione di particolari di grandi dimensioni per corpi principali, motori, impianti elettrici, sterzanti, di adduzione carburante e di scarico. Grazie alla vasta gamma di frequenze operative dei nostri sistemi di riscaldo ad induzione, siamo in grado di riscaldare parti di qualsiasi dimensione. Parti di maggiori dimensioni, quali ingranaggi dell'albero a camme, vengono riscaldati a frequenze più basse, mentre parti più piccole come circuiti elettrici flessibili vengono riscaldati in modo efficace a frequenze più alte.

Note Applicative più Comuni per il Settore Automotive

Clicca qui per scoprire come il riscaldo ad induzione può migliorare l'efficienza, l'efficacia e la sicurezza del tuo processo di lavorazione.


Brazing steel flange and shaft assemblies (aerospace and automotive applications)

Induction brazing is a repeatable process that isn't as labor intensive as a flame often is. The process can heat the assembly rapidly and more energy-efficiently than a torch without the safety risks that come with an open flame

Brazing a steel tube and fitting to create an automotive valve

Customer's client was unhappy with the results from MIG welding, which drove them to look at induction as an alternative process. Induction heating proved to be a fast, repeatable heating method for the application...

Heat a compacted litz wire bundle for stripping

A three turn helical coil is used for the wire stripping process. The litz wire bundle is placed in the coil for 3 seconds to strip the lacquer 0.75 (19mm) from the end of the bundle. The wire bundle is then scraped with a metal brush to remove the burnt lacquer...

Heat aluminum for brazing an automotive assembly

A multi turn pancake coil is used to heat the joint between the aluminum tubing and boss. The joint heats to temperature in 1.5 minutes and the braze ring melts forming a clean brazed joint.

Brazing automotive tube assemblies

A four turn split helical coil is used to heat the steel assembly to 1400°F (760°C) for 85 seconds. The coil design allows for the steel fitting to expand away from the steel tube which allows braze to flow through the joint.

Induction preheating a steel automotive transaxle (welding)

The steel axle was painted with temperature indicating paint and a thermocouple was attached to the part.

Heating lead battery terminal for removal (recycling)

A single turn helical coil is used for this heating application. The lead terminal is placed inside the coil and is heated for 20 seconds.

Heating a motor prior to adding an injection molded part

Induction heating enables quicker process times with increased production rates versus a gas-fired oven. Ovens require long heat-up and cool-down times

Heating steel liners (engine head)

Precise direct heat to disengage the aluminium quickly and cleanly. The aluminium casing is recycled and reused thereby reducing scrap and cutting costs.

Heat automotive seat springs to powder coat

Even heating of the spring before dipping provides uniform flow and provides consistent thickness of the nylon coating

Heat the end of catalytic converter for weld testing

Heat the end of lorry catalytic converter exhaust system. The assembly must be held at target temperature for 200 hours, whilst the assembly is vibrated to test the weld strength

Heating Automotive Battery Cables for Adhesive Melting

Temperature indicating paint was applied to the parts, and it took 10 seconds to heat the various styles of the part to the targeted temperature. This testing achieved the client's time and quality objectives.

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.

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 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.

Inserting a piston stop with o-ring into an oil pump assembly

Induction heating provides increased production speed, simpler tooling for customer, hands-free heating that involves no operator skill for manufacturing

Heating Four Inserts Simultaneously

The brass inserts are to be heated prior to insertion into a plastic automotive sub assembly

Brass Inserts

Heating is to be accomplished within 5 seconds, and can be done in a helical coil since pick and place manufacturing is employed.

Curing Adhesive on Steel Motor Shaft for Bonding

A complex two coil system, shield and stud systems used to provide proper axial alignments of the shaft & coil while allowing the fixture to be open for removal of the shaft.

Bonding Rear View Mirror Brackets to Windshield Glass

A unique four-over-four double wound pancake coil is used for the bonding application.

Curing Alumium Car Molding

Automotive manufacturers are constantly searching for cost-effective production technologies.

Soldering a Radio Antenna

To heat a coaxial antenna assembly to 600°F within 2 seconds for a soldering application. The goal to improve on an existing procedure with a soldering iron which required 10 to 15 seconds.

Soldering Solar Flex Circuits

Heat multiple joints on solar flex circuit strips to 500°F (260°C) within ten seconds for a soldering application.

Case Hardening of Armature Shaft

A five turn helical coil is used to heat the gear end of the shaft to 1700°F

Aluminum motor housing; automotive

Induction heating is fast, presents significant energy savings over an electric oven, requires a more modest footprint than an oven and can be easily integrated into an automated process

Shrink-fitting a gear securely on a shaft (automotive)

The customer was using a torch, which can lead to inconsistent part quality. Induction's precise heating means the client can count on consistent results in their process

shrink-fitting aluminum pulley to insert inner bearing

A three turn helical coil is used to heat the aluminum pulley. The pulley is heated to 464 °F (240 °C) in 20 seconds to expand the inner diameter and then the inner bearing is inserted to form the completed part.

shrink-fitting an assembled wrist pin into a connecting rod

Induction heating provides more accurate control of heat vs a flame burner, it heats only the knuckle, not the whole part, it prevents discoloring due to lower temperature used and increases productivity due to repeatability & ease of operation. A foot pedal & timer is used.

Shrink Fitting Cam Shaft Gears

To heat aluminum and steel camshaft gears to over 500°F within 4 minutes for a shrink fitting application.

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.

Bonding Rubber Gaskets to a Steel Gas Intake Manifold

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

Heating an Engine Valve Head for Stress Testing

To heat the face of an engine valve head to 900°F and maintain the temperature for an extended time, high temperature stress test.

Brazing Oil Suction Assembly with Copper Ring

To heat an oil suction assembly (steel tubing and filter cap) to 1,850°F (1010°C) within 15 seconds for a brazing application.

Inserting Steel Studs into a Plastic Tail Light

To heat threaded steel studs for insertion into a plastic tail-light assembly at 450°F.

Pre-heating a Truck Axle Seam for Welding

To pre-heat the seam of a truck axle to over 300°F within 15 seconds for a welding application and maintain temperature within the welding zone

Hardening Seat Belt Parts

A four-turn helical concentrating coil is specially designed to deliver uniform heat to the steel seat belt retraction gear.

Induction Preheating Steel Laminate Parts

The c-lams are inserts for an automotive industry application. In production the robotic pick-and-place will occur for plastic overmolding after heating by induction.

Metal-to-Plastic Insertion with a Steel Insert

The power was turned on for five seconds and the part was monitored during heating and for 15 seconds after.

Preheating Rod Assemblies for Welding

The client had been using torches for preheating. However, due to process improvements thanks to new automation in their facility, torch heating became too slow. This resulted in a backlog that kept them from maximizing their throughput.

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Informazioni sul riscaldamento a induzione

IIl riscaldamento a induzione è un metodo rapido, efficiente, preciso, ripetibile e libero da contatto per riscaldare i metalli o altri materiali elettricamente conduttivi. Un sistema di riscaldamento a induzione comprende un alimentatore a induzione che converte la corrente di linea in corrente alternata e la eroga a una testa portapezzo e a una bobina induttrice, creando un campo elettromagnetico all’interno della bobina

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Soldering a radio antenna
Soldering flexible electrical circuits
Shrink fitting aluminum pulley to insert inner bearing
Shrink fitting an assembled wrist pin into a connecting rod
Shrink Fitting steel parts into an aluminum fuel pump housing
Fitting a cast iron rocker arm
Inserting a piston stop with o-ring into an oil pump assembly
Heat Staking brass inserts into plastic sub-assembly
Heating the end of catalytic converter for weld testing
Heating lead battery terminal for removal from plastic cover for recycling
Heating encapsulated ceramic thermostat for testing
Braze an end plug on a stainless steel car grill
Heating a motor prior to adding an injection molded part
Heating steel liners (engine head)
Heating of Steel Rivet Ends (Turbines)
Case Hardening an armature shaft
Curing Aluminum Car Moulding
Curing adhesive on rear view mirror brackets
Curing adhesive inside a steel motor shaft
Heat a compacted litz wire bundle for stripping
Heat aluminum for brazing an automotive assembly
Bonding vinyl trim
Sealing a Nylon Shell for a fuel vapor Assembly
Bonding rubber gaskets to a steel gas intake manifold
Shrink Fitting 2-inch thick steel cam shaft gears
Pre-heating a truck axle seam
Heat Staking steel studs into a plastic tail light
Heating engine valve heads
Hardening steel seat belt retractor gears
Heating Aluminum Auto Trim for Adhesive Curing
Curing adhesive on aluminum auto trim
Copper Brazing an oil suction assembly
Annealing steel regulator bases for fuel injection system
Atmospheric Brazing hydraulic hose assemblies

Brasatura, saldatura, stampaggio, indurimento di adesivi, ricottura, tempra, montaggio a caldo di metallo-plastica, montaggio a caldo, incollaggio e molti altri processi possono beneficiare dei numerosi vantaggi offerti dai moderni sistemi di riscaldo ad induzione a stato solido.

L’induzione offre:

  • Riscaldamento selettivo
  • Massima ripetibilità
  • Tempi di ciclo ridotti
  • Elevata precisione
  • Allestimento flessibile
  • Ridotte emissioni
  • Incremento della redditività
  • Interfaccia utente migliorata
  • Riduzione di scarti e rilavorazioni