40kW/50KW/60kW induction heater
The control board of induction devices has been specially designed to save energy in the heating needs of injection molding, extrusion machines and cable production machines as a result of 15 years of R&D.
After the installation of the product, injection molding machine etc. Energy savings of 30% to 80% will be achieved in the electrical energy required to heat the such devices. Therefore, induction heating devices are ideal heating equipment especially for specified machines.
Is your heating process costly and spends a lot of energy?
Heat losses and inconsistent application of heat cause product quality to decrease, unit costs to increase and profit to be consumed. Energy cost is one of the most important expense items in the production. In this regard, the most economical products are produced with the correct energy application.
Induction heating focuses energy only on the area of the part you want to heat. Since energy is transferred directly from the coil to your material, there is no heating loss, such as no flame or air, therefore the induction heating will increase your heat treatment efficiency. As seen in the energy comparison above, 2.5 KW induction heater is used to heat the material that saves at least 30% energy saving compared to the application of 2.5 KW conventional resistance heater。
Can Induction Heating Improve Your Process Heating?
If your process matches well with induction heating, induction heating can increase your efficiency and safety, saving energy. However, not every application is suitable for induction heating. In processes that do not take advantage of the primary benefits of induction heating, such as sensitivity and thermal insulation, this heating is not recommended.
How to Design a Coil in Induction Heating?
Induction heating has been used for decades in the manufacturing industry, as this type of heating ensures wireless transmission of energy to any conductive material, so it is possible to heat a sample without direct contact with the heater.
In induction heating, the sample is placed in a magnetic field that is released thousands of times per second, the power transmitted depends on the electrical conductivity and the magnetic properties of the material.
We can assist you with material selection, coil design and parameters such as frequency and magnetic field amplitude. In detail, we can help you with the following activities
• Optimization of the power and homogeneity of the magnetic field
• Frequency and amplitude selection
• Coil design, shape, diameters, length
• Material selection