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FOCO induction has been developing solutions for induction melting furnaces for more than ten years. Now we have several series of induction furnace products to meet the needs of different customers.

We have portable mini induction melting furnaces for laboratories, tilt-type IGBT induction furnaces for small industries and home workshops, and coreless induction melting furnaces for iron melting, steel melting, aluminum melting and copper melting. The melting capacity of FOCO induction melting machines ranges from 1KG to 5T.

FOCO induction’s team of engineers will provide free technical support for your metal melting project to help you reduce production costs and improve system productivity and safety.

All Induction Melting Furnaces for Sale

Portable Induction Melting Furnace

Portable Induction Melting Furnace

The portable mini electric induction furnace adopts IGBT high frequency induction heating power supply and crucible, which is mainly used for melting 1 kg – 3 kg of various metals, such as gold, silver, copper, etc.

Power: 15 kW – 25 kW
Frequency: 30kHz – 80kHz

Tilt-type Induction Melting Furnace

Tilt-type medium frequency induction melting furnace adopts MF series IGBT induction heater, mainly used for melting steel, iron, copper and aluminum. It can melt up to 100kg of iron.

Power: 15 kW – 160 kW
Frequency: 1kHz – 10kHz

Tilt-type Induction Melting Furnace
Induction Gold Melting Furnac

Induction Gold Melting Furnace

Small induction gold melting machine furnace adopts floor furnace design, it is mainly used for melting precious metals and non-ferrous metals, such as gold, silver and copper.

Power: 15 kW – 160 kW
Frequency: 1kHz – 10kHz

Aluminum Shell Induction Melting Furnace

Aluminum Shell coreless induction melting furnace is specially designed for foundries and smelters, it is mainly used for melting steel, iron, copper and aluminum.

Power: 160kW – 800kW
Frequency: 500Hz, 800Hz, 1000Hz

Aluminum Shell Induction Melting Furnace
Steel Shell Induction Melting Furnace

Steel Shell Induction Melting Furnace

Steel Shell coreless induction furnace adopts thyristor power components, mainly used for melting steel, iron, copper and aluminum in large foundries and smelters.

Power: 300kW – 3000kW
Frequency: 500Hz, 800Hz

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Features

  • Electromagnetic stirring effect, the metal is heated more evenly
  • The power factor is above 0.9
  • Operating parameter monitoring and recording
  • Fault alarm and protection
  • One-stop induction melting solution
  • Turnkey induction melting furnace project

Optional equipment

  • Smoke collection filter.
  • Water Cooling System. Closed cooling towers, open cooling towers and industrial chillers.
  • Remote Control System. Man-machine interaction, control and display various parameters.
  • Infrared thermometer. Available temperature ranges.
  • Transformers and voltage regulators.

Induction Melting Applications

Induction melting furnace is extensively applied to the foundry industry and iron and steel industry. It is mainly used for melting metals, including melting steel, iron, coppers, aluminum, tin, gold, silver, and lead.

steel melting

Melting of Steel and Iron

Induction melting of ferrous metals, including iron, pig iron, cast iron, steel, stainless steel, etc.

Scrap copper melting

Melting of Copper and Aluminum

Induction melting of non-ferrous metals such as copper, scrap copper, aluminium, zinc and tin.

gold melting

Melting of Gold and Silver

Induction melting of precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum.

FAQ

What is induction melting furnace?2023-04-19T18:10:02+08:00

An induction melting furnace is a machine that uses induction heating to melt various metals. It mainly includes an induction heating power supply and a furnace body (crucible) for holding metal. Under the action of the magnetic field of the induction coil, the metal located in the crucible is heated to the melting point until it melts into a liquid.

How efficient is an induction melting furnace?2023-04-19T18:11:47+08:00

It saves energy by 20%-30% compared with traditional melting furnace. Electromagnetic induction heating is a very energy-efficient way of melting metals, and it loses less capacity during the heating process.

What metals and materials can be melted in induction furnace?2023-04-19T18:12:42+08:00

Induction furnaces can melt nearly all conductive metals and materials. It mainly includes iron (cast iron and pig iron), steel, stainless steel, copper, brass, aluminum, gold, silver, platinum, zinc, tin, silicon and graphite. It can also provide energy through a conductive crucible to melt some non-conductive materials, such as glass and plastic.

What are the advantages of induction melting furnace?2023-04-19T18:14:47+08:00

Induction melting furnace has great advantages in metal melting, so it is preferred by various steel production enterprises.

  • Fast melting speed and high production efficiency
  • Low energy consumption reduces operating costs.
  • Induction heating less oxidation
  • Clean process
  • Safe and reliable
Can I use the same induction melting furnace to melt different metals?2023-04-19T18:16:26+08:00

You need to check with our engineers and technicians. Induction melting furnaces can melt a variety of metals, but the same induction melting furnace is more efficient when it is dedicated to melting the same metal. You can contact our engineers to optimize its design to melt many different metals. Due to the properties of different metals, you may need to use different refractories (crucibles) for different metals.

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What cooling system is used for induction melting furnaces?2023-04-19T18:27:22+08:00

The induction melting furnace will generate a lot of heat when it is working. In order to ensure the normal operation of the machine, a cooling system is needed to reduce the temperature of the machine. Different types of induction melting furnaces can use different water cooling systems.

The main water cooling systems include:

  1. Simple water cooling system
  2. Open water cooling tower
  3. Closed cooling tower
  4. Industrial Chiller
How long is the warranty period of the induction melting system?2023-04-19T18:26:05+08:00

1 year. As long as you maintain and use it reasonably, you can use it almost forever.

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