In their paper published by the research repository ResearchGate.com, a group of scholars led by Oscar Lucia of the University of Zaragoza in Spain writes, “Induction heating (IH) technology is nowadays the heating technology of choice in many industrial, domestic, and medical applications due to its advantages regarding efficiency, fast heating, safety, cleanness, and accurate control.”
Lucia and his colleagues add that induction heating has become more readily available in recent years owing to technological advances, including magnetic component design, control techniques, and power electronics.
Intrigued by conclusions such as these, we took some time to learn about the state of industrial induction heating today. We believe there is no better way to tell a story than through numbers. After all, we’ve all heard that numbers don’t lie.
The article will begin by defining what industrial induction heating is. We provide a bird’s eye view of the industry using some quick statistics. This is then followed by the numbers relating to the industry’s market size, sales revenues, regions targeted by suppliers, emerging technologies, and future forecasts.