FOCO provides customers with efficient and energy-saving induction heating system solutions. Induction heating systems for forging have been proven to be the best automatic application system for billet heating and bar heating.
Compared with traditional heating methods, induction heating has the advantages of faster heating speed, higher production efficiency, lower energy consumption, and greener environmental protection. The heating efficiency of our medium frequency induction heating power supply can reach more than 90%.
All Induction Heating Systems
The induction heating system is mainly designed for heating metal bars such as steel bars, copper bars, iron bars, and aluminum bars, as well as continuous heating of round bar materials, square materials, or other shaped blanks. It can heat the bar materials integrally or locally, such as through end heating or intermediate heating.
Induction Heating Billets
The billet induction heating system can be used to heat steel billets, iron bars, aluminum billets and copper bars, etc.
Steel and Iron Bar Ends Heating
Induction heating of the ends of steel, iron, copper and aluminum rods for hot forming.
Heating of Bolts and Nuts
Rapid heating of bolts and nuts reduces oxidation and decarburization. Automated processes increase production efficiency.
How to cool the induction heating system?
A variety of different cooling systems can be adopted for the induction heating system. Different cooling systems can be used based on the power of the induction heating machine and the situation of the factory.
- Simple water cooling system. This is the water cooling system with the lowest investment cost, which is mainly composed of a water tank and a water pump. The cooling water from the water tank is pumped into the machine by the water pump to reduce the temperature of the machine. High-temperature water will flow back to the water tank for recycling.
- Industrial chiller. Industrial water chillers mainly lower the water temperature with compressors, and the low-temperature water is pumped into the machine to lower the temperature of the machine. The high-temperature water returning to the water chiller through the outlet will be cooled again for recycling.
- Cooling tower. Cooling towers can be divided into two categories: open water cooling towers and closed water cooling towers. The open cooling tower is large in volume and low in running cost. The closed cooling tower is smaller in volume, with higher cooling efficiency.