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Aerospace

Within the aerospace industry, it has become much more economical to repair costly engine components than to replace them. Our turnkey induction heating systems provide cost effective, time-saving solutions for repairing high pressure turbine (HPT) blade tips, Ti weld stress relief, brazing metering plates to dovetails and wear pads to mid-span spars, brazing honeycomb seals and other engine components, handling orphan parts and many other applications.

Automotive

Recent initiatives for lean, just-in-time manufacturing within the automotive industry have emphasized the need to find faster and more efficient heating technologies. Induction heating, already used to produce large body and engine parts, is now being utilized for an ever-increasing variety of smaller scale manufacturing processes where quality and consistency are imperative.

Cable and Wire

The production of optical fiber conductors and cables requires continous heat for preheating, polymerization and sealing of the insulator, annealing, covering, etc. Because of its compact footprint and precision temperature control, induction heating equipment positioned in line is the ideal solution for these processes.

Chains

Industrial chain manufacturing requires efficiency, process speed and repeatability. These are crucial to succeed in today's economy. Manufacturers investigating equipment upgrades understand that to compete the the global marketplace, they must find machinery that optimizes product quality and increases throughput.

Food Industry

For modern food processing and packaging, leading manufacturers employ a wide range of heating processes including product heating, preparing, sealing and packaging. With high reliability, consistency and repeatability, innovative induction heating solutions offer a perfect fit for the food processing and packaging industry.

Household & Hand Tools

These industries encompass the design and manufacture of a wide variety of tools such as knives, shovels, saws, hammers, and screwdrivers. Tool manufacturing processes such as heat treating, stress relieving, brazing, soldering, shrink fitting, metal to plastic insertion and preheating before welding all benefit from the advantages of innovative induction heating.

Medical

Medical device manufacturing companies are continually seeking ways to drive down production costs and accelerate time-to market. At the same time, improved product quality and manufacturing consistency are absolutely essential; there can be no shortcuts when a patient's life and well-being are at stake. Medical device manufacturers turn to advanced induction heating technology to help meet their production, cost and quality goals.

Oil & Gas

The production of oil and natural gas occurs on a massive scale that requires careful investment in advanced technology. New methods of extracting these valuable natural resources must meet the highest levels of safety and environmental protection, while still maintaining the profitability levels required to drive the industry forward.

Railway

Induction heating is widely known throughout the railway industry for its ease of integration and ability to streamline and combine multiple process stages. Induction heat treating is used fo manufacture parts for assemblies, bearings, brakes, drive trains, gears, joints and shafts.

Power Generation

In today’s global economy, manufacturers of power generation equipment face many challenges. While continually seeking ways to drive down production costs and accelerate time-to-market, improved product quality and manufacturing consistency are absolutely essential. And particularly in the power generation industry, environmental concerns have begun to play a major role.

Shipbuilding

The shipbuilding industry, like many others with a global footprint, has become an increasingly competitive environment. Building new vessels and refurbishing existing fleets requires technological capability based on quality, diversification, competitiveness and flexibility. Compliance with both national and international regulations, environmental concerns, and security/safety issues must also be addressed.

Tube & Pipe

Induction heating technology is increasingly being used for manufacturing tubes and pipes because of its high energy efficiency, in-line production integration capacity, precise temperature control and high dimensional accuracy.

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