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About Heat Induction

What is Induction Heating?

Electromagnetic induction heating is a heating technique for any electrical conductive materials (usually metal). 


Induced electric currents called eddy currents are generated within the metal, and resistance leads to joule heating of the metal. 


An induction heater consists of an electromagnet through which a high-frequency alternating current (AC) is passed. 


The frequency of AC used depends on the object size, material type, coupling (between the work coil and the object to be heated) and the penetration depth.

Induction heating can be used in a variety of places, from small car workshops to heavy industry, factories, aerospace, agricultural and bodyshops. 

  • Induction Heating gives instant heat due to a magnetic field penetrating the required area directly.

  • Non-contact heating: no direct contact required, it heats through paint, coatings or rust without removing them.

  • Works on all Steels, Aluminium and Copper.

  • Fast and therefore saves time.

  • No naked flames like Oxy/Acet (reducing insurance premiums)

  • No Rental of gas cylinders or other consumables.

  • Works on all steels & Aluminium

  • Non-contact heat source, penetrates heat only where heat is required & therefore does not damage any surrounding parts i.e, plastics or rubber

Where would you use Induction Heating?

Why use Induction Heating?

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