How does Induction Heating work?
Induction heating is a highly efficient method of
utilizing electrical energy to induce a recirculating
current, normally higher then line frequency, in a work
piece. The resistive nature of the work piece I_R losses,
creates heat in the work piece. Since the induction heating
is a non-contact method, and a non-conduction method of
heating, many advantage can be achieved over conventional
methods. Induction Heating is used largely in the fields of
Heat Treating, Forging, Melting, Brazing, and Graphite
Susceptor heating for the Semiconductor Industry. Multiple
inductor designs in mixed gas chamber to insure correct
metallurgical results are obtained. Design features include
quick disassemble features to facilitate rapid change over
of product. Encur, Inc. manufacturers both "Contact" and
"Non-Contact" Bright Anneal Systems.