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Induction Heating Equipment for All Kinds of Metals with Air Cooling

Induction Heating Equipment for All Kinds of Metals with Air Cooling
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Temperature Control Accuracy: ±1℃
Heating Method: Induction Heating
Cooling Method: Air Cooling
Voltage: 180-430V
Material: All Kinds Of Metals
Temperature Range: 0-1800℃
Safety Protection: Over-temperature, Over-current, Leakage Protection
Control Mode: IGBT System
Basic Infomation
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: GY
Certification: CE, FCC, ROHS, SGS
Payment & Shipping Terms
Packaging Details: Wooden boxes
Delivery Time: 7 workdays
Payment Terms: 100% TT before shipment
Supply Ability: 500 Sets/month
Product Description

Product Description:

Induction heating is a form of non-contact heating for conductive materials. When alternating current flows in the induced coil, it creates a varying electromagnetic field around the coil and generates an induced current or eddy current in the workpiece. As the current flows against the electrical resistance of the material, heat is produced.


Heat treatment using induction heating is a fast, efficient, precise and repeatable method. It offers great flexibility as it can be applied to a variety of metals such as steel, iron, brass, aluminum, alloy, copper, stainless steel, tungsten, nickel, precious metals, etc., as well as semiconductors such as silicon carbide, carbon or graphite.


Notably, the coil itself does not get hot and the heating effect is under control. Thanks to solid-state transistor technology, induction heating has become much simpler and more cost-effective for many applications, including soldering, induction brazing, heat treating, melting, forging, annealing, quenching, and shrink fitting.



This heating machine has many advantages that make it an excellent choice for a variety of industrial and commercial applications.

It offers fast heating, with a minimum rate of 1 second, adjustable and controllable.

It can be used to heat various metal parts with removable induction coils and is easy to install once power, induction coils, water supply, and a rising pipe are connected.

With just several minutes of instruction, it's easy to operate and can be quickly started up with access to water and power.

It is also 70% more energy efficient than regular vacuum tube high-frequency equipment and requires much less power for smaller pieces of work.

The heating machine has high effectiveness with uniform temperature adjustment and fast warming, as well as security measures like overpressure, over-current, overheating, and water shortage alarm indications and automatic control and protection.

It can be set to control the temperature and heating time with a specific technical point, and its capacity for 24-hour continuous use is designed for full loads.

On top of that, it only weighs a few dozen kilograms, occupies a limited floorspace, and requires no step-up transformer operating at 10,000 volts, so it's maximally safe.


Technical Parameters:

Parameter Value
Cooling Method Air Cooling
Heating Method Induction Heating
Display Mode Touch Screen Digital Display
Material All Kinds Of Metals
Temperature Control Accuracy ±1℃
Voltage 180-430V
Control Mode IGBT System
Power 15-1000KW
Temperature Range 0-1800℃
Safety Protection Over-temperature, Over-current, Leakage Protection


Heating (hot forging, hot fitting and smelting)

Hot forging is a process of hammering or pressing metal into specific shapes by using heated metal blocks. It is used on materials of different temperatures (depending on the materials). The workpieces created by it are used in the production of watch cases, watch flans, handles, molds, kitchen and tableware, art wares, standard parts, fasteners, fabricated metals for machines, copper locks, rivets, steel pins and pins, etc.

Hot fitting means connecting different metal pieces and metals with nonmetals through heat-expanding them or heating and melting them based on certain principles. They are used for embedding the copper core of a computer radiator with an aluminum sheet, compounding steel and plastic tubes, sealing aluminum foil (toothpaste lids), motor rotors and tubular electric heat elements.

Smelting is heating metal to turn it into liquid. This method is usually used in dealing with iron, steel, copper, aluminum, zinc and other noble metals.


Heat Treatment (surface quench)

Quench is a part of heat treatment that aims to harden the surface of metals. It is used on various kinds of hardware tools, like pliers, wrenches, hammers, ax, screwing tools and shears, automobile and motorcycle fittings, such as crankshafts, connecting rods, piston pins, chain wheels, aluminum wheels, valves, rock arm shafts, semi drive shafts, small shafts and forks, electric tools, such as gears and axes, machine tools, like lathe decks and guide rails, and also hardware metal parts and machined parts, such as shafts, gears (chain wheels), cams, chucks and clamps, as well as hardware molds, such as small-sized molds, mold accessories and inner molds.


Welding (braze welding, silver soldering and brazing)

Welding is applied on various hardware tools, like diamond elements, abrasive tools, drilling tools, alloy saw blades, hard alloy cutters, milling cutters, reamers, planning tools and solid center bits.

Silver soldering and brazing are for the connection of metals of the same type or different types. Such welding is used in producing hardware toilet and kitchen utensils, refrigerating copper fittings, lamp decoration fittings, precision molds, hardware handles, eggbeaters, alloy steel and steel, steel and copper, and copper and copper.

Braze welding (also called compound pot bottom welding) is for the welding of circular, square and other irregular plain pot bottoms, also applicable to other metals. Welding of heating discs of electric hot-water kettles uses braze welding as well, mainly for the welding of stainless steel flats, aluminum sheets, and tubular electric heating elements of various forms.


Annealing (tempering and modulation)

This type of heat treatment is mainly used for stainless steel products, like stainless steel basins, annealed and extruded cans, annealed folding boards, annealed sinks, stainless steel tubes, tableware, and cups.

Annealing is also used for other metals, like golf ball heads, cues, brass locks, kitchen knife handles, and blades, aluminum pans, aluminum pails, aluminum radiators, as well as other aluminum products, stainless steel radiating rods, rock arm shafts, pilot shafts, stainless steel valves, brass valves, steel valves, stainless steel door handles, and horseshoes, and other metal molds, such as extruding parison heads and cores.

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Support and Services:

Technical Support and Service for Induction Heat Treatment Machine

We offer comprehensive technical support and service for Induction Heat Treatment machines. Our technical team is available 24/7 to provide support and assistance in order to ensure our customers' satisfaction.

Our technical support services include:

  • Troubleshooting and diagnosis
  • On-site maintenance and repair
  • Software and hardware updates
  • Installation and commissioning
  • User training
  • Spare parts supply
  • Preventive maintenance

We also provide our customers with after-sales service, including warranty, telephone service, and product return services.

If you have any questions or need any assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Packing and Shipping:

Packaging and Shipping for Induction Heat Treatment Machine

The Induction Heat Treatment Machine is packaged with the following materials:

  • Cardboard box
  • Foam inserts
  • Vacuum-sealed plastic bags
  • Plastic wrap
  • Bubble wrap

The packaged machine is then shipped via air or ground transportation, depending on the customer's preference. For international orders, the machine is shipped via sea freight.

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