In the metal thermal processing industry, the coreless induction furnace is a very useful equipment.
As an industrial furnace that uses the principle of electromagnetic induction to smelt metal, the induction furnace operates stably and has a high output power. It is mainly used in the heat treatment process of metals in the metallurgical industry.
Let's briefly introduce the induction furnace from the composition, working principle and specific application.
The composition of the electric furnace
Aluminum shell structure: intermediate frequency power supply cabinet, compensation capacitor bank, aluminum shell furnace body and water-cooled cable, reducer, tilting furnace operation box, etc.
Steel shell structure: intermediate frequency power supply cabinet, compensation capacitor bank, steel shell furnace body, magnetic yoke and water cooling cable, hydraulic station, tilt furnace control box, etc.
Induction furnace heating metal mainly uses the principle of electromagnetic induction heating. The current passes through the inductor coil to generate a magnetic field, and the magnetic field cuts the metal in the coil to generate eddy current and the metal itself heats up for heating. It is widely used in pre-forging heating, steel bar quenching and tempering heating and metal smelting.
Electric furnaces have a wide range of applications and can be used for smelting steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum, gold, silver and other materials.
The use of intermediate frequency smelting technology can quickly increase the temperature of the smelted metal, and the heating range is uniform, which is beneficial to scum and reduce impurities;
The equipment is small in size and light in weight. The smelting capacity ranges from several kilograms to several hundred kilograms. There is a wide range of options. It is suitable for both factory production and small-scale smelting in schools and research institutes.
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