Madison Heights, MI- Inductoheat Inc., recently shipped a fully automated single-shot induction hardening and tempering system to a major supplier of critical automotive steering components.
Inductoheat, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. Sean Tarpinian to the new position of Process Metallurgist / Laboratory Supervisor.
Inductotherm Group, a multi-technology, global organization, serving the thermal processing industry, is pleased toannounce the addition of Clinton Machine of Ovid, MI to the Inductotherm Group family.
Inductoheat, Inc. Madison Heights, MI, has appointed John B. Maher as the Vice President of OEM Sales. Mr. Maher has worked in Industrial Sales & Management for more than 23 years, most recently as Marketing Manager for Marposs Corporation & President of Artis Systems, Inc. He has a BBA from Western Michigan University specializing in Industrial Marketing and Manufacturing Technology.
Discuss and discover the basics of induction heating, different types of induction heating methods, the benefits of induction heating, and induction heating equipment options.
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Jim Kosniewski Senior Technical Services Engineer | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 | 2 P.M. EDT
Inductoheat, Inc., An Inductotherm Group Company, ships a customized 4 megawatt InductoForge Modular Billet heating system to an international supplier of powertrain, chassis, and drivetrain components. This machine can process round and RCS (round-corner-square) billets and provides efficiency with its iHAZ temperature profile modeling software as well as individually controlled power modules. iHAZ enables advanced temperature control of the billet heating process, customization of billet temperature profile to best suit the heating application, and the creation of set points for standby and rapid start functions.
Inductoheat, Inc., An Inductotherm Group Company, ships a customized Mark II Induction Heating system to an international supplier of motor rotor components. This machine maximizes process efficiency by expanding inner diameters in as little as eight seconds, depending on part size. The machine can heat motor rotors of varying height and diameters without any tooling changes.
Recent Inventions and Innovations in Induction Hardening of Gears and Gear-like Components
Focus in on the latest developments in the area of induction hardening of gears and gear-like components. Learn about a variety of unique patented and patent pending technologies developed during the past 3 to 5 years
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DR. VALERY RUDNEV, FASM "PROFESSOR INDUCTION" | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 | 2 P.M. EDT
Inductoheat, Inc., An Inductotherm Group Company, ships a customized Statiscan® IV Induction System to an international supplier of automotive transmission and driveline components. This machine maximizes process efficiency by simultaneously induction hardening and quenching (3) three locations of a balance shaft in less than 16 seconds. The areas on the shaft are non-concentric to each other and vary in position between the four part models processed on the machine, however, the unique concept and design of this machine provides the significant advantage of using the same tooling for all part configurations, eliminating changeover.
Inductoheat, Inc. of Southeast MI ships three (3) customized Statiscan® IV systems to an international leader of drilling services for mining and oil sands exploration. Two (2) Statiscan® systems equipped with Statipower® SP16 power supplies are being used for induction hardening and tempering of drill rods and one (1) Statiscan® system equipped with a Statipower® SP11 is for hardening of pipe-end threads.
Düsseldorf, Germany: Inductotherm Group is pleased to report the resounding success of the 2011 Thermprocess/GIFA tradeshow in D üsseldorf, Germany. In its most synergistic show yet, Inductotherm Group displayed a variety of advanced technologies from its major product brands around the world.
Madison Heights, MI - Inductoheat, Inc., the world's leading induction heating equipment manufacturer, ships a single module, 500kW / 3kHz InductoForge® induction forging system and material handling equipment to a worldwide supplier of hardware and hand tools. This machine is designed specifically for heating 1.34" - 2.13" diameter, 7.87" - 11.81" length billets to 2250°F: +/- 50°F.
Inductoheat, Inc. Madison Heights, MI, has appointed Robert Madeira as the Vice President of Heat Treating. Mr. Madeira has worked in the induction heat treat industry for more than 26 years, most recently as the Director of Sales for Fluxtrol, Inc. He has a BS from Michigan State and a MA from University of Detroit.
Come join us for the 3rd Technical Seminar on Induction Heating and Non-Destructive Eddy Current Testing in Queretaro, Mexico, April 12-13 at the beautiful Hacienda Jurica. All presentations will have parallel translation in Spanish.
Madison Heights, MI - Inductoheat, Inc., the world's leading induction heating equipment manufacturer, recently shipped an induction hardening and tempering system to a major drivetrain component supplier. This machine is designed specifically for hardening and tempering hub spindles and outer ring hubs.
Madison Heights, MI - Inductoheat, Inc., worlds leading induction heating equipment manufacturer, delivers an Induction hardening and tempering system to a leading supplier of driveline components. This machine was designed specifically for hardening and tempering hub spindles and ball races.
Inductoheat, Inc., has designed, manufactured and shipped a Uniforge® Induction Billet Heating System to a leading manufacturer of hand tools (hammers, wrenches and fubars...etc.). This machine was designed specifically for heating carbon steel billets for a #8 die forger.
Madison Heights, MI - Inductoheat, Inc., has recently designed, built and shipped a 600kW, 3kHz induction billet forge heating system to a leading supplier of automotive driveline components.
Madison Heights, MI - Inductoheat Inc., the world leader of induction heating technologies, announced today that it received ISO 9001:2008 certification. The certification covers the company's manufacture of induction heating coils, power supplies and ancillary equipment, which both improve workflow and optimize heat treating performance.
To better serve you, Inductoheat Inc. has developed a new page on their website exclusively for technical articles related to all aspects of induction heating. Go to www.inductoheat.com and click the Induction Heating Articles tab. Here you can access hundreds of white papers organized by several main categories including:
Inductoheat, Inc., has designed, built and shipped a NEW Single Coil Dual Frequency Induction Gear Hardening System to a leading supplier of automotive engine and powertrain components. This machine was designed specifically for heat treating a medium size gears.
August 12th 2009 at 2:00p.m. Inductoheat sponsored and presented the FIRST FREE INDUCTION HEATING WEBINAR with overwhelming success. With the aid from partner ASM International, Inductoheat's very own Dr. Valery Rudnev, FASM was able to deliver his 45-minute presentation to over 320 registrants, from over 20 different countries making this an exceptional international event! ASM International and Inductoheat Inc. marketing staff, "exceeded all my expectations," Dr. Valery Rudnev stated after presenting his technical. Valery also stated, "induction heating is my passion and I enjoy providing all listeners with my technical know-how."
The principle objective of these seminars is to provide a forum of world recognized experts and end-users to share their questions, concerns and everyday experiences regarding the SP5, SP11 and SP16 induction power supplies.
November 17, 2008 - One of our industry leaders was honored at the Union League in Philadelphia this week, when Henry M. Rowan, founder and Chairman of Inductotherm Group, received The Founders Award For Business Leadership. This award recognizes an outstanding business leader who has gained both national and international prominence in his business career and who has demonstrated a broad and consistent commitment personally and professionally to education, human health and social services.
October 28th, 2008- Inductoheat, Inc. ships two CrankPro systems to a leading supplier of automobile engine crankshafts. The CrankPro induction hardening and tempering system utilizes advanced SHarP-C™ technology, which eliminates the rotation of the crankshaft and movement of the inductor during heating and quenching cycles. This equipment provides several practical benefits; modular construction, simple operation, superior reliability, improved tool life and low part distortion. CrankPro systems can harden up to 7.0liter crankshafts, parts weighing 100lbs and produce up to 70 parts per hour. Inductoheat will ship three additional CrankPro systems in the forth quarter of 2008 and one more in the first quarter of 2009. Contact Glen Desmier, firstname.lastname@example.org for any further questions regarding your crankshaft heat treat applications.
The 1st Mexican Technical Seminar on Induction Heating & NDT Testing held in Queretaro, Mexico Nov 2007, was an overwhelming success. The high demand for more technical induction information from attendees has forced Inductoheat to deliver a 2nd Mexican Technical Seminar on Induction Technologies this November!
Madison Heights, Michigan - Inductoheat Inc. publicly announces that Maurice Black, Mechanical Engineering Supervisor has retired. The Inductotherm Group of companies employed Black for forty-two solid years.
Inductoheat launches new website design. The new website includes; product specifications, application videos, employee contact information and everything else induction.