Induction Annealing 1.25" Steel Tubing
We are annealing a 3 inch section of a 1.25 inch steel tube with a 10kW induction heating power supply. In the first test, we are running the system at 100% power, where the second test we are running at 85% power.
Induction Annealing Steel Strip Plate
Induction Annealing Test - 30x0.5mm SS Strip
Induction Annealing: Electrical Contact
Induction Anneal 0.050" Stainless Steel Tube
Automated Induction Brazing - Copper Breaker Bars
In this automated induction brazing process, we are brazing silver contacts to a copper breaker bar using induction. This is just one of many industrial brazing applications being done with induction heating.
Induction Brazing Steel Fittings
Induction Brazing Copper tubes to a Steel Vessel
Induction Brazing Carbides to an Impeller
Induction Brazing Brass Valves
100 kW Induction Heat Treat Application
Heat treating a large 4.7” steel rod with a 0.8” case depth using a 100kW Induction Heating System.
Induction Shrink Fitting - Aluminum Impeller
Induction Heating Station Forging Small Diameter Rods
Induction Heating of Copper Coaxial
Induction Getter Flash
Induction Melting - Gold Melting
Melting about 20 pounds of gold in approximately 15 minutes. In this test, we are using our tilt and pour system, and the gold is poured right into an ingot mold.
Induction Melting Platinum with RDO EasyMelt HT Furnace
Induction Melting Copper Sample
Induction Melting 1850 deg C in Graphite
Induction Melting Platinum Powder
Induction Soldering RF Connectors
In this video, you will see various tests of Induction Soldering RF connectors to semi rigid cable. Induction is very precise in heating a particular area thus making induction heating the perfect solution for small components.
Induction Soldering Mini DIN and 7/16 RF Connectors
Induction Soldering RF Cables and Connectors
Induction Soldering 90 deg RF Connector
Induction Soldering - RF Cable Assembly
Induction Soldering Cell - Fuse Assembly
A 3kW Induction Heating system is being used in an induction soldering cell for precision fuse assemblies. Using a 1.5-2.0mm inductor, the Minimax is ideal for a vast array of precision induction heating applications.