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    Induction Heaters - (110 companies)
    Induction heaters use an electrical source to drive alternating current (AC) through a coil to heat metal objects. The passage of current through the electrically conductive coil generates an intense and rapidly changing magnetic field that causes...
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    Bearing Heaters - (38 companies)
    ...it creates an interference fit. This process is referred to as induction shrink fitting. Bearing heaters eliminate the need for pressing or hammering cold-mounted bearings, which can cause misalignment and reduced bearing life. They are also a safer...
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    Industrial Heaters - (2015 companies)
    This is a general search form for all types of industrial heaters, devices which are available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and heating configurations. Screw Plug Immersion Heater | Infrared Panel Heater | Explosion Proof Heater. Image Credit...
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    Inline Heaters - (37 companies)
    ...insulation options, and element or emitter type. Maximum temperature, maximum air flow, heating capacity, power requirements, and induction heater outputs are also important parameters to consider. There are many different types of inline heaters...
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    Water Heaters - (421 companies)
    Water heaters are used to transform thermal energy from a fuel source to a stream or reservoir of water. They can be described by their fuel source or may be one of several specific types of heaters. They can be configured to operate in-line...
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    Electric Heaters - (282 companies)
    Electric heaters generate heat by passing an electric current through a high-resistance material. Electrics heaters generate heat by passing an electric current through a high-resistance material. These heating devices have been adapted to various...
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    Explosion Proof Heaters - (48 companies)
    Explosion proof heaters are constructed with housings that can withstand explosions, protecting the materials being heated. This classification may also include housings, which can withstand sparking and flames. Industrial heaters perform many...
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    Coil Heaters - (149 companies)
    Coil heaters and cable heaters are heating elements formed from straight (uncoiled) segments of round or square heating cable. Coil heaters and cable heaters are elongated heating elements. They include heating cables as well as coil heaters...
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    Space Heaters - (157 companies)
    Space heaters and room heaters are designed for use in confined areas or spaces. They do not emit hazardous pollutants or noxious fumes, and are generally portable. The most important specification to consider when selecting space heaters and room...
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    Drum Heaters - (92 companies)
    Drum heaters are used to heat containers of viscous materials. They can be wrapped around or placed inside containers that hold substances such as wax or grease. Drum heaters are used to heat containers of viscous materials, like substances...
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...table-top units for low production runs or mounted over conveyors for high-volume runs. An induction seal is placed inside the cap by the cap manufacturer so packagers need only to pass the container under a sealing head. Under the sealing head, an induction heater induces an eddy current into the seal...

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An approved supplier for customers such as BAE, irbus and Raytheon, DHAP is responsible for the air-conditioning unit assembly for the NH90------a process for which they use an EFD Induction Minac induction heater....

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...discusses: Trends in forging steels. Selection of forging temperatures. Intricacies of process requirements associated with recent knowledge related to theory and practice of induction heating. Novel induction billet heater design concept. Temperature uniformity requirements. Common misassumption...

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