melting furnace / chamber / electric resistance / induction
electric resistance, induction, gas
Max.: 1,500 °C (2,732 °F)
Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)
Induction melting furnaces are a modern and economical alternative to electric resistance, gas and oil furnaces. New technological solutions give wide possibilities to the user. An indispensable advantage of induction heating is the effect of "mixing" with electromagnetic field. The high power installed in the device allows you to quickly melt the full charge of the crucible reducing the exposure of liquid metal to harmful oxygen from the air to a minimum.
The furnaces are equipped with a PID temperature regulator with a thermocouple mounted in the wall of the crucible. This allows you to control the melting process without the need for applying additional graphite thermocouple covers. After melting the metal the crucible is lifted by means of a pneumatic actuator, making it easy to remove it with pliers. The devices are equipped with a microprocessor process controller with a liquid crystal LCD display that allows setting, power and temperature control as well as the control over operating parameters such as supply voltage or cooling water pressure. The controller communicates with the operator using commands displayed in the following languages: Polish, English, German, Russian, Spanish or Turkish. Offered furnaces are available in several versions. They differ in terms of the crucible capacity, the type of the crucible used and the power installed in the device. The crucible is embedded in a ceramic cover which protects the furnace chamber thermally and prevents the leakage of the content in the event of the crucible breaking. The ceramic cover can be reused.