Electric Induction Melting Furnace

As metal smelting equipment, an electric induction melting furnace is a relatively advanced and economical smelting equipment. In metal processing, many metallurgical enterprises are using medium-frequency induction furnaces. Now let’s know what the working principle of an electric induction heating furnace is and what the characteristics of an intermediate frequency smelting furnaces are. What is its use or function?

Working Principle of Electric Induction Melting Furnace

The electric induction melting furnace is mainly composed of a power supply, induction ring, and crucible made of refractory materials in the induction ring. The crucible contains a metal furnace charge, which is equivalent to the auxiliary winding of the transformer. When the induction coil is connected to the AC power supply, an alternating magnetic field will be generated in the induction coil, and its magnetic line of force will cut the metal charge in the crucible, and an induced electromotive force will be generated in the charge.

As the furnace charge itself forms a closed loop, this secondary winding is characterized by only one turn and is closed, so the induction current is generated in the furnace charge at the same time. When the induced current passes through the furnace charge, the furnace charge is heated to promote its melting. The electrical induction melting furnace uses the medium-frequency power supply to establish the medium-frequency magnetic field, so that the ferromagnetic materials can generate induced eddy currents and heat up, so as to achieve the purpose of heating materials.

The tilting medium frequency smelting furnace manufactured by Hani Metallurgy has laid the foundation for various smelting applications. Each tilting induction metal melting furnace in Hani Metallurgy is carefully designed and manufactured to ensure its high efficiency. In order to meet the needs of various applications and workpieces, Hani Metallurgy provides a variety of tilting induction melting furnaces for selection. Hani Metallurgy provides a full range of products to meet customer needs. A variety of optional dump-type electrical induction melting furnaces, combined with our engineers’ years of experience, enable Hani Metallurgy to provide a better smelting system.

Characteristics of Electric Induction Melting Furnace

1. All solid-state IGBT frequency conversion and power regulations are adopted. The equipment is designed with all-round protection functions, such as overcurrent protection, water shortage protection, overheating protection, overvoltage protection, short circuit protection, phase loss protection, etc., which greatly increases the reliability of the equipment;

2. The equipment has a variety of display functions, such as current display, voltage display, and time display, which makes the working condition of the equipment intuitive and more instructive for the design of induction coil and capacitance adjustment;

3. It is convenient to change furnace bodies with different weights, materials and starting methods to meet various smelting requirements;

4. The super small medium frequency induction heating power supply is completely different from the traditional medium frequency power supply;

5. Good heat transmission and uniform temperature;

6. The medium frequency magnetic field has a magnetic stirring effect on the molten metal, which is beneficial to the composition uniformity and scum;

7. According to the recommended equipment and the maximum smelting capacity, the smelting time of each furnace is 20-30 minutes.

8. Ultra small volume, light weight, movable, covering less than one square meter;

9. 24-hour continuous smelting capacity;

10. Power saving, environmental protection, electromagnetic stirring capacity, more uniform smelting, cost saving.

Electric induction melting furnace is a widely used smelting equipment. It can be smelted 24 hours without interruption, the operation is very simple and the power consumption is very low. An induction melting furnace is applicable to the heating and smelting of steel, stainless steel, iron, copper, brass, gold, silver, aluminum, aluminum alloy, and other metals and precious metals.