Induction Heating System supports wire annealing processes.

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Featuring 250 kW of power and center frequency of 10 kHz, EKOHEAT 250/10 utilizes flameless, non-contact method that is conducive to process repeatability. Unit is suited for shrink fitting pipe, annealing wire, and preheating steel bars prior to welding, as well as hardening, preheating for forging, and crucible heating.



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Shrink-fitting, Wire Annealing Processes Profit from Ambrell Induction Heating



Scottsville, NY - Ambrell, a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, is pleased to introduce the EKOHEAT 250/10 - with 250 kW of power and a center frequency of 10 kHz. It is part of a comprehensive line of Ambrell high to low frequency induction heating systems.

Ambrell's Applications Lab has found the EKOHEAT 250/10 to be ideal in a wide range of applications:

o Shrink fitting a pipe with a 10" outside diameter for an oil industry application

o Annealing wire with a diameter of nearly 1" as part of an in-line manufacturing process

o Preheating steel bars with a diameter of 2.5" prior to welding

Other successful EKOHEAT 250/10 applications include hardening, preheating for forging, and crucible heating.

Many organizations with heating applications are looking to induction because it's a flameless, non-contact method that's fast, precise, energy efficient and conducive to process repeatability. Other methods of heating are comparatively less efficient because they heat a larger area instead of just the desired part, which leads to excess energy consumption. Larger applications that require considerable through-heating can reap the benefits of induction thanks to the expanded line of EKOHEAT low frequency systems.

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