FOCO Induction provides a complete solution for surface hardening of workpieces, including induction heating power supplies, cooling systems, loading and unloading systems, and conveying systems.
The hardening system of FOCO Induction performs well in dealing with gears, automobile shafts, motor shafts, rocker arms, sprocket wheels, helical gears, transmission blades, ball pins, etc.
FOCO Induction’s two-axis hardening machine tool provides a solution for automatic and semi-automatic production lines of irregular workpieces.
We offer our customers an integrated induction heating system, including hardening, tempering, and annealing.
All Induction Hardening Machines
Induction hardening equipment is mainly used for the surface hardening of mechanical parts and automobile parts to improve the surface hardness of the parts.
Hardening of Auto Parts
Induction hardening of various automotive parts, including automotive transmission shafts, gears, internal combustion engine parts and reducer parts, etc.
Induction hardening of various gears, including small mechanical gears, helical gears, sprockets and special-shaped gears, etc.
Pins and Shaft hardening
We offer solutions for a variety of pins and shafts, including automated and semi-automated processes.
Surface hardening of various blades. We offer induction hardening solutions for blades, saw blades, curved blades.
Guide Rail Hardening
Induction hardening can effectively improve the hardness and wear resistance of guide rails. We offer hardening solutions for factory guide rails, power tool rails and roadway guide rails.
Hardening of Special-shaped Steel Parts
We provide custom CNC hardening equipment and induction coils for induction hardening of shaped steel workpieces.
What is an induction hardening machine?
Induction hardening equipment is a heating system used for surface hardening of mechanical parts using the principle of induction heating. By using the skin effect of alternating current and induction heating, the surface layer of steel parts is heated and then cooled and hardened, so that the surface of the parts can be of high hardness and fatigue resistance, while the original toughness of the center is still maintained. Many mechanical parts, such as gears, shafts, pins, and crankshafts, require these characteristics.
What is the heating power supply of induction hardening equipment?
Induction hardening machines use different induction heating power sources according to the requirements of the parts to be hardened. Depending on the depth of the hardened layer, we offer different suitable induction hardening machines.
Water cooling system for induction hardening system
The induction hardening machine can be cooled by a simple water cooling system, an enclosed cooling tower, or an industrial chiller. Customers may make a choice according to their own needs.
- Simple water cooling system. This requires a 2-5 m³ water tank, which is suitable for factories with large plants and sufficient space.
- Enclosed water cooling tower. The enclosed cooling tower is small in size but has a good cooling effect, making it suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
- Industrial chiller. The industrial chiller is generally used for induction hardening machine tools. It is small in size and can be designed as a built-in cold water system.