Brazing

Brazing

Brazing is a highly efficient way of joining dissimilar metal parts together. A filler material is applied and melted to form a fused piece. Filler materials come in many shapes and sizes. Induction brazing is ideal for high volume production due to its high efficiency and repeatability.

Read More

hardening

Hardening

Hardening is a process of heating followed by cooling generally fast for increase hardness and mechanical strength of steel. Induction hardening, using induction heating and quenching, provides an economical way to process shafts, gears, bearings, yokes, spindles, sprockets, wire, tube, pipe or other parts.

Read More

barheating

Annealing

Induction annealing enables precise, fast and reliable control of metal material properties through recrystallization and controlled subsequent cooling. Induction annealing is mainly used for softening and stressrelieving of metals and offers enormous advantages over conventional methods.

Read More

tempering2

Tempering

Tempering is a process able to decrease the hardness, strength and increases the toughness of hardened steels while removing the tensions created in the material leaving the steel with the required hardness. A heating process that optimizes mechanical properties in workpieces that have already been hardened.

Read More

shrink-fitting

Shrink fitting

Typically, metals will expand in response to heating and contract when it is cooling. This dimensional response to temperature change is known as thermal expansion. Induction shrink fitting is where we use this effect to either fit or remove parts. It is also a quick and effortless process with less risk of mechanical damage to the component.

Read More

bolt-heating

Bolt heating

Expanding bolts with induction is the proven time- and labour-saving alternative to inefficient flame and resistance heating. With induction, a specially designed coil is inserted into the bolt. Rapid, precisely controlled and localized heat is then induced.

Read More

pre-heating

Pre- and post heating

Induction pre- and post heating is a process where materials or workpieces are heated by induction in before or after further processing. For example, in the cable and wire industry, cable cores are preheated before insulation extrusion. Metal components and welds, for example, must often be post-heated to relieve internal.

Read More

paint-removal

Coating removal

The induction method is used for clean, safe and simple removal of coatings. It works by the principle of generating heat in the steel substrate sufficiently to break the bond between the steel and coating layer.

Read More

Bonding-Debonding

Bonding & Debonding

Bonding is an adhesive curing process which allows achieving quick joining of two elements. In the modern assembly of mechanical parts bonding is increasingly used instead of spot welding and rivets as examples.

Read More

newappl

New applications?

We welcome new ideas of induction heating applications where we can support you in designing solutions to the challenges at hand. With our extensive experience and material science knowledge within induction heating design we are happy to help solving old and current heating problems in innovative ways!

Contact