Inductoheat - Induction Heating Equipment - Heat Treating & Forging

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Leading the world in induction heating equipment technologies

We design, build and repair high-quality general-purpose, turn-key, and fully automated induction heating equipment. We provide environmentally friendly, flexible long-life solutions for heat treating, forging, shrink fitting, pipe-end heating, and low-frequency applications. We are recognized as a world leader in the industries we service and build products that help our customers succeed. Our innovation in induction power supply design more than 60 years ago is the cornerstone of our breakthrough technology. We continue in that spirit today as we partner with customers to develop the next generation of induction technology. The electrification of the automobile and the manufacturing goal of a zero-carbon target process makes induction the perfect solution for heat treating, brazing, forging, and shrink fitting. Inductoheat’s experienced team of scientists, metallurgists, engineers, application experts, and aftermarket representatives stand ready to work with you.

Inductoheat Inc. is part of 40 companies that make up the Inductotherm Group. The Inductotherm Group offers advanced technology for the engineering, manufacturing, and service of thermal processing equipment used in the melting, heating, heat treating, forging, galvanizing, coating, cutting and welding of metals. Bringing together 40 companies with 38 manufacturing facilities located in 19 countries, Inductotherm Group delivers innovative products throughout the world. Customers rely on Inductotherm, Inductoheat, Thermatool, Radyne, Consarc and other trusted brands in the Inductotherm Group to provide outstanding induction heating equipment and services.

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What is

Induction heating?

Inductotherm Group companies use electromagnetic induction for melting, heating and welding applications across multiple industries. But what exactly is induction? And how does it differ from other heating methods?

To the typical engineer, induction is a fascinating method of heating. Watching a piece of metal in a coil turn cherry red in a matter of seconds can be surprising to those unfamiliar with induction heating. Induction heating equipment requires an understanding of physics, electromagnetism, power electronics and process control, but the basic concepts behind induction heating are simple to understand.