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Induction Furnaces

Induction furnaces are a category of heating and hardening equipment used in a wide variety of industrial settings. These heavy-duty furnaces are used to heat and melt many different types of metal through electromagnetic induction, rather than traditional melting methods.

Applications: What Do Induction Furnaces Do?

Several different industries use induction furnaces to melt or heat metal. The types of metal that can be handled by induction furnaces include iron, steel, zinc, copper, aluminum, bronze, silicon, and precious metals such as gold, silver, and platinum.

Industries that rely on induction heat include:

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About Induction Furnaces

Specialized induction furnaces offer important advantages, such as clean, energy-efficient melting capabilities. Induction furnaces use controlled processes to melt metal smoothly, with no contact between the metal and the heating element to reduce product loss. Another benefit to induction furnaces is that they produce significantly less dust and other pollutants than traditional melting solutions.

It’s essential to ensure that you have a quality, energy efficient induction furnace in your facility, in order to bene fit fully from the advantages. Poorly designed and constructed induction furnaces will not only damage product and result in greater loss, but will also pose serious safety risks—and will require repair or replacement more frequently, resulting in operational shutdown.

Electroheat Induction builds high quality, custom induction furnaces and equipment with precise controls and exceptional energy efficiency. Learn more about our induction heating products, or contact us today to receive your complimentary assessment. Offering services in Canada, United States, Mexico, Central and South America.