Along with the environmental benefits, induction heating offers many benefits to your employees and business, as it eliminates smoke, waste heat, noxious emissions, and loud noise.
Many processes that lead to emissions can be converted to induction heating including:
In addition to the improved air quality that comes with induction heating, there are other significant employee safety benefits. They include:
The United Nations has several sustainability goals, and our solutions are in alignment with those goals. Goals 12 and 13 are worthy of particular emphasis when assessing the benefits of induction heating for sustainability:
• 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production: Our induction heating solutions increase energy efficiency and reduce pollution, thus helping manufacturers achieve this sustainability goal. And, at our facility, we have implemented energy efficient lighting, motion detectors, programmable thermostats, and we participate in sortable recycling to maximize yield.
• 13 – Climate Action: Induction replaces inefficient and sometimes pollution-laden solutions like torches/flame and gas ovens, which benefits the environment. This is in alignment with a “Green Transition” and “Investing in More Sustainable Solutions.”
Now that you have learned about the environmental benefits of induction heating that can result in utility savings, the question becomes is induction right for you? Induction is particularly ideal when you have a high-volume process that requires consistent part quality. That said, there are many scenarios where induction can be optimal.
Ambrell has a best-in-class applications lab called THE LAB, where induction heating expert Dr. Girish Dahake and his team conduct complimentary parts testing and system sizing to ensure induction will work for you and your process. You simply send in your parts and process requirements, and THE LAB will perform feasibility testing. You can watch it live, or we will record testing and send you a report and video.