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.
This induction method is used for removing coatings in a clean, safe and simple manner. It works by the principle of generating sufficient heat in the steel substrate to break the bond between the steel and coating layer.
The coating is then entirely removed without disintegrating and the process is completely free of contaminating agents like blast media. This provides a seamless process for disposal and recycling of waste and is more cost effective.
When technicians move our induction head over a steel surface, it creates sufficient heat (typically 150 to 200 degrees) to quickly unbond most coatings from tanks, tankers, pipelines, ships and offshore platforms, allowing coatings (up to 1-inch thick) to be removed in sheets.
It can be used in removing asbestos, lead and toxic coatings without compromising the health of engineers or the environment. No dust and up to 75 % reduction in energy consumption results in minimum waste management and excellent safety record.
Induction coating removal is an eco-friendly solution creating less waste, fumes and noise compared to conventional solutions. Since it is a silent process, operators can work in public areas without a hitch.
• It is safer as the inductors / heads remain cold during the process and localized heat results in significantly reduced fumes and toxic dust.
• It is portable and easy to move around worksites.
• Inductors / Heads can be custom built to ensure an ideal fit.
• It is a faster and quieter method of coating removal than conventional methods and it can be operated day or night without noise pollution.
Induction heating applications and technologies are being adopted substantially by turbine manufacturers and maintenance companies. It offers benefits like energy saving, time saving, etc.
Induction heating used throughout the ship building industry is the most effective and environmentally sustainable mechanism. It is used for desk and bulkhead straightening, turbine blade brazing, etc.
Our ingenious induction heating technology offers multiple advantages like energy saving, reduced processing time, temperature control, etc. for the oil and gas industry.
What if we told you that our established induction feeding technology could decrease your feeder size by 90% and save 40% power per casting, Will you embrace it? The contemporary way of casting metals
Power generation induction heating can be used to manufacture wind turbines with a seamless maintenance process which diminished downtime and ensured maximum uptime.
Induction brazing of bars, strands, rings and wires in motors, generators and transformers. One-shot or segment brazing of short circuit rings. Pre-heating of generator components and casings before welding.
Automotive industries Induction heating machines are integral in the manufacture of many parts along the automotive drive train-including CV joints, tulips, gears, steering racks and wheel hubs.
Induction heating is used extensively in the railway industry. It is crucial in forging the railroad infrastructure and manufacture of parts for assemblies, bearings, brakes, etc. It has the ability to integrate, streamline and combine multiple process stages.
The energy cable has revolutionized various facets across multiple industries over the last couple of decades. Induction heating is used for entire tube annealing, hardening and tempering, etc.
The ICHILL was created by incorporating latest advances in induction chiller technology and harnessing our extensive expertise in this space. The ICHILL product line offers unrivalled reliability and application flexibility.
The ICON was developed by incorporating latest advancements in induction technology and harnessing our extensive expertise in this field. The ICON product line offers unrivalled reliability and application flexibility.
The ICON was developed by incorporating latest advancements in induction technology and harnessing our extensive expertise in this space.