Induction heating generator

induction heating generator
induction heating generator
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HEAT GENERATOR Your benefit: Cost savings thanks to high efficiency Increased productivity thanks to shorter heating times Covers a wide range of mounting and dismounting applications Process reliability thanks to safe heating Unlike induction heating devices, induction units with medium-frequency technology are not only suitable for thermal mounting but also for removal. They can also be used to heat up very large and heavy components. Adequate expansion of the bearings is achieved in most cases at +80 °C to +100 °C. During the heating process, the maximum heating temperature must be observed. To prevent changes to the structure and hardness of the bearing, the temperature of rolling bearings must not normally exceed +120 °C. In all devices for heating, the temperature can be controlled with continuous variability. These units can likewise be used in mobile applications thanks to their high level of flexibility and compact design. It can therefore be used, for example, at construction sites for wind turbines or for other large components that are difficult to transport. Each unit comprises a generator and inductor that is positioned on the workpiece. A rigid or flexible inductor is used, depending on requirements. Flexible inductors can be fitted in the bore or on the outside diameter of the workpiece, depending on the application in question. Flexible inductors are suitable for heating bearing inner rings and large components such as machine supports in wind turbines. The length of the inductor is determined in relation to the dimensions of the workpiece.


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