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.
Induction shrink-fitting is used for inserting a concentric metal component into another concentric metal component. The metal component, which will house the other component, is heated to expand the hole in the component. After the expansion the other metal component is inserted into it. Once cooled, the components cannot be separated without significant force, or by reheating and reversing the process.
The induction shrink fitting process requires little or no pressure for assembly and is preferred in mechanical assembly of delicate parts where it is detrimental to apply mechanical pressure.
The main advantages of thermal shrink fitting are the reduction of stresses and residual deformations. It is also a quick and effortless process with minimal risk of mechanical damage to the component.
Typically, a lower temperature range is used on metals such as aluminum and higher temperatures are used on metals such as low/medium carbon steels. The low temperature avoids degrading of mechanical properties
Metals typically expand in response to heating and contract on cooling; this dimensional response to temperature change is expressed as a coefficient of thermal expansion.
Induction heating applications and technologies are being adopted substantially by turbine manufacturers and maintenance companies. It offers benefits like energy saving, time saving, etc.
Power generation induction heating can be used to manufacture wind turbines with a seamless maintenance process which diminished downtime and ensured maximum uptime.
Our ingenious induction heating technology offers multiple advantages like energy saving, reduced processing time, temperature control, etc. for the oil and gas industry.
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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 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.
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 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 space.
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.