Induction Curing Equipment
There are a wide variety of Induction curing processes, which include the curing of adhesives, paint/coatings and fastener thread lock materials. In an inductive curing process, an application could entail the gluing of two metallic components or a metallic component to a plastic component, curing a coating or paint on metallic pipes or heat curing thread lock sealants on fasteners in high-speed continuous feed systems.
Induction Curing Supplies & Equipment
These processes can typically use power supplies with 1 and 50 kW of power in various frequency ranges. The RDO FlexHeat and DuraPower series are ideal for the curing of a wide variety of applications. Flex Heat is available in 1.2 to 5kW power with a frequency range from 50-250 kHz and ideal for smaller manual curing applications. The DuraPower Systems are produced in 5-500kW of power with various frequency ranges between 1-400 kHz, thus lending themselves to a wide variety of curing applications whether they be manual feed, automated or continuous flow.
Please do not hesitate to contact an RDO Applications Engineer today to see how Induction Heating and induction curing can benefit your application.