Induction Heating Applications

Our induction heating systems are currently applied in different industries. Thanks to the extremely high energy efficiency, guaranteed reliability in time and reduced overall size, our Induction Generators, Control Units and Optical Pyrometers are complemented by all the main automatic machine manufacturers (OEM), and have been used successfully in all those applications where the process repeatability, the constant power supply, and the accurate temperature control are essential.

Induction in Hot Heading

Fastener Hot Heading

Our Induction Heating power supplies for hot heading can run, learn, and recall different wire diameters, reducing reset time.

Thanks to extremely compact dimensions, our Induction Generators can easily be integrated inside Forging Machines for Hot Heading.

Aluminum Brazing with Induction

Aluminium Brazing

Aluminum brazing applications are particularly heat-critical because the melting temperature of the brazing alloy is quite close to the melting temperature of aluminum. Our Induction Heaters, partnered with IR Sensors, can accurately and consistently reach the proper temperature without melting your work pieces.

Induction Curing

Induction Curing

Curing involves any process where heat is used to catalyze or initiate chemical and molecular level structural changes in polymeric materials such as epoxies, phenolics, polyesters and silicones. These materials are applied in many ways to various products for bonding, protective coating, sealing, insulation and other uses.

Hard Brazing using Induction

High-Temperature Brazing

Our induction heaters are particularly suited for solder-brazing applications of steel, copper, inox, aluminium, and other metallic alloys requiring higher temperatures.

Tin soldering using induction

Soft Soldering

Specialized control units manage all soldering working phases in a closed-loop control system that can run, learn, and recall the parameters set by the operator.

Tool Brazing using Induction

Tool Brazing

Our highly accurate temperature control allows for localized heating to the soldering area only, safeguarding the metallurgical properties of the hard metal and cutting tip.