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  • Induction Heating in the Rodding Shop

    induction heating helped improve operations at Europe's largest aluminum plant.

  • Innovative Induction Heating Technologies (.pdf)

    for non-rotational hardening and tempering of crankshafts (V-4, V-6 and V-8) and camshafts with non-convention journals and lobes. Specifics of induction hardening of hand tools (i.e., wrench jaws, hammers), fasteners, etc. Induction heating of large-diameter (8 to 12 in. and larger) billets made from carbon

  • Change from Gas or Arch Heating to Induction Heating

    One small but important step to help the environment is the change from gas or arc heating to induction heating. We all want to help the environment. But it can be tough deciding where to start. One small but important step is the change from gas or arc heating to induction heating. It's good

  • Curing Plastisol Filter Seals with Induction Heating (.pdf)

    Induction heating offers a cost-effective solution for curing compounds used in the assembly of automotive oils filters.

  • Induction Heating Equipment Designed for Straightening Decks

    The transistorised induction heating revolution was born to address the needs of one specific application: deckstraightening in the shipyards of Norway. It's an exciting story - one that underscores EFD Induction's background as an applications-driven pioneer.

  • Medical Applications For Precision Induction Heating (.pdf)

    Induction heating is a method of providing fast, consistent heat for manufacturing and research applications which involve bonding or changing the properties of metals or other electrically conductive materials. The process relies on electrical currents within the material to produce heat. Although

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  • Portable 12v Pie Warmer

    Hello the group. I've been having a bit of a fossick around and seen many interesting things, but nothing quite in the area I want to explore. I'm a tinkerer from way back, and have learned that sometimes I really DO need to ask for advice and guidance. This is one of those times and I hope you can...

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  • Ambrell Sells Two EASYHEAT Induction Heating Systems for Oil and Gas Industry Applications

    Ambrell, a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, has sold two EASYHEAT 10 kW, 150-400 kHz induction heating systems to a manufacturer of pipe grippers for the oil and gas industry. The...

  • Electronic Spark Generator Circuit

    The problem I'm continually faced with is the T1 transformer Burning out, heating, overloading that ends the functioning circuit. http://www.sgscience.dx.am/page2.html The circuit I have used is the second schematic. Everything has been built to spec. The only thing I can think of is b

  • This Indian solar power plant will = almost all of the solar power installed in the US in 2010

    The Indian solar power market is heating up, really heating up.

  • Egloo Heats Up Your Room With Just Candles, No DIY Needed

    Just thinking of the fat bill that will slip through the mail box at the end of the winter season makes everyone dream of a miracle super cheap heating system. This thought exactly is behind the Egloo project, which offers heating for 10 cents a day. You most probably know …The post Egloo Heats Up Your Room With Just Candles, No DIY Needed appeared first on The Green Optimistic.

  • Push Pin Heat Sinks Offer More than 100,000 Configurations

    Push Pin Heat Sink from Advanced Thermal Solutions Push Pin Heat Sink from ATS More than 200 ATS heat sinks are available with convenient push pin mounting. The lightweight aluminum heat sinks include straight fin, cross-cut, and ATS maxiFLOW spread fin geometries. More than 100 fine- pitch heat sinks are available for effective cooling in high velocity airflows. For low airflow conditions, another 100 sinks are available with coarse-pitch fins and wide fin spacing. The full range of heat sinks is sized for cooling components in lengths from 25-70 mm. All ATS push pin heat sinks feature pre-drilled holes for secure mounting to PCBs in industry standard locations. To meet application needs, push pins are available in both durable plastic and brass. Plastic pins are lighter and non-electrically conductive. Metal pins have added strength and durability for more rugged applications or thicker devices. All push pins feature flexible barbs that lock securely in PCB holes. Compression springs on the push pins add the required forces for firm attachment and effective heat transfer. These springs come in 21 sizes to provide the precise forces needed to optimize heat sink performance on different PCBs. ATS push pin heat sinks are pre-assembled with a phase-change thermal interface material to increase heat transfer. Double-sided thermal tape and no TIM options are available for application specific requirements. All ATS push pin heat sinks are conveniently ordered with no minimum from Digi-Key, the exclusive global distributor of these heat sinks and many other ATS thermal management products. The ATS website, Qats.com, also provides a gateway to ordering each push pin sink model from Digi-Key. More information on push pin heat sinks is found on Qats.com and Digi-Key.com, or by calling Advanced Thermal Solutions at 781-769-2800.

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Complimentary Induction Heating Consulting

When you arrange to send Ambrell samples for evaluation, you'll receive free induction heating consulting and you will tap into our vast applications expertise before committing to a purchase. We've handled thousands of parts of virtually any size and shape -- perhaps parts just like yours!  Let our Application Engineers analyze your parts and process requirements, and give you their advice. We encourage you to visit the Applications Lab to work on your application with our induction...

Induction Heating Solutions for Aerospace

Ambrell - a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, is a key provider to aerospace manufacturers and their suppliers. Induction ’s fast, repeatable, controllable, non-contact heating which requires a minimal footprint makes it an ideal solution for the industry.  . Induction heating is used for hot heading, brazing, soldering, preheating, decarburization –among other applications – during the creation of fasteners, turbine blades, hydraulic hose assemblies...

The Ambrell Induction Heating Difference

for nearly 30 years and has installed 10,000 systems in over 50 countries. Induction heating is fast, repeatable and energy efficient -- a great solution to a wide array of heating applications such as brazing, soldering, heat treating, melting, material testing and much more. But having a team behind you to ensure that you receive the perfect system for your specific application is critical to your success. Ambrell has a track-record of enhancing processes through delivering the right system...