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Ambrell is a global leader in the development of induction heating technology for high-precision heating applications. Induction heating is a flameless, non-contact method that's fast, precise, energy efficient and conducive to process repeatability. Ambrell products are used for a variety of applications in many industries worldwide. Precise enough for crystal growing, powerful enough for aerospace and with over 25 years of industry expertise, Ambrell will provide an effective solution for any induction heating challenge. 

Ambrell offers a broad product line of induction heat systems. Perfect for heat treating, annealing, brazing, soldering, crystal growing, curing and more. Ambrell systems are reliable, easy to integrate, and developed to suit the unique needs of their clients. With an extensive line of customizable features, EASYHEAT and EKOHEAT products offer significant productivity and energy savings, while maintaining the heating precision and repeatability you need to get the job done right. Ambrell prides itself on offering superior responsiveness before and after installation.

Work directly with Ambrell’s application engineers to develop a solution for your industrial heating applications. You can schedule a free application assessment, where Ambrell engineers will test your parts and determine the optimal system for your needs. Come see why Ambrell systems have been installed more than 10,000 times across over 50 countries. Contact Ambrell today!

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Anneal oval cutout on stainless steel tube prior to extrusion [IH] (Heating and Cooling Equipment) The coil is placed over the oval cutout and power is supplied for 15 seconds to anneal a .25 (6.35mm) diameter around the cutout. (View Full Article)
Anneal oval cutout on Stainless steel tube prior to extrusion [MEC] (Manufacturing Equipment and Components) The coil is placed over the oval cutout and power is supplied for 15 seconds to anneal a .25 (6.35mm) diameter around the cutout. (View Full Article)


 

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