The power of FOCO induction forge ranges from 15 kW to 250 kW, which can meet your different heating needs. We provide induction heaters with different power and frequency matching, so that you can benefit from heating, annealing and melting of your parts.
Small induction forges provide the most cost-effective option for heating your knives, axes, and drills. Custom induction forged coils are the perfect match.
Power: 15 kW – 250 kW
Frequency: Different frequency ranges from 1 kHz to 800 kHz.
Voltage: single-phase 220V, three-phase 380V, 50/60Hz
Induction Forge for Sale
The best induction heater for forging
The special induction coil design allows FOCO IGBT induction forge to heat single or multiple parts at a time. Whether manual or automated, we have the best induction furnace for you.
- MOSFET and IGBT Power Units
- 100% load design
- Fault alarm unit
- 24 hours continuous work
- Precisely heats the targeted area
- Adjustable power
- Infrared thermometer
- Custom induction coils
- Handheld heat gun
- Industrial chiller
- Water cooling tower
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As an efficient heating method, electromagnetic induction forging is widely used in the heating of various metal and conductive non-metallic parts. Heating applications mainly include: knife heating, bar heating, induction brazing, part heat penetration, steel hardening, stainless steel annealing, welding, metal melting, etc.
Induction Heating and Forging
Induction forge is used to heat a variety of metal parts including blades, axes, hoes, sickles, shovels and more.
Most steels can be hardened by induction heating. After heating to 800°C or more, immediately cool with low-temperature water.
Induction heaters are commonly used to braze various metal parts, including copper to copper, copper to steel, copper to brass, aluminum to aluminum, etc.
Induction heating furnaces are used to melt ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The melting rate is faster and the temperature is more uniform.