Induction Furnace



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Induction Furnace Equipment

Induction furnace technology allows industry to melt, mold or cast many metal materials, including iron, steel, aluminum and a wide variety of precious metals. The induction furnace is a clean technology, much more so than a reverberate furnace. Induction technology provides precise temperature control, reduce the loss of product during melting, and facilitate the adjustment process used to adapt the metallurgical properties of metals.

Induction furnaces use eddy currents which are produced by electromagnetic induction, and these currents heat the metal to the melting point.

In this furnace the coil is made from hollow copper tube and metal is charge in it for melting. There is no core present for flux linkage between  primary and secondary therefore it called CORE LESS INDUCTION FURNACE.

Induction furnaces

Induction furnaces provide a clean, efficient, and more cost effective way of melting metals compared to the cupolas once used. This has cut down drastically on the pollutants and dust formerly found in most melting and refining factories. Induction furnaces as well, have added to the better processing of metals.

The induction furnace is the ideal solution for melting, creating alloys and precious metal refining. This type furnace is used by foundries and industries who deal with varying grades of iron, steel and non-ferrous metal alloy materials. Mining companies use this technology to melt gold and silver precipitate (concentrate).

The induction furnace does not have an inductor or a core, but rather utilizes a bath or holding area, in which the induction heating process occurs. Copper coils surround the bath, carrying the electrical charge which creates an electromagnetic field that efficiently and quickly melts metal materials. This process provides precise control levels of temperature, and creates an agitation which effectively mixes the melted metal inside the bath. There is no down time during this process because cleaning cycles are not needed.