Medium frequency induction hardening equipment is a vital component in modern mechanical manufacturing, consisting of an intermediate frequency power supply, quenching control system, and extinguishing device. It is used for surface cooling processes and offers numerous advantages in terms of cost-performance, speed, oxidation, cost-effectiveness, working environment, and automation capabilities.
Simple and easy to use with flexible material processing capabilities, suitable for online production and processing in industrial automation.
High heating rate with minimal oxidation and decarburization, resulting in high efficiency and cost-effective hardening of forgings.
Precise control of workpiece length, speed, and temperature, allowing for customization based on specific requirements.
Even and uniform heating of workpiece products, with small temperature differences at the center surface and high control precision, ensuring consistent results.
Customizable induction heating coil according to customer requirements, allowing for tailored solutions to meet specific workpiece and cooling process requirements.
Comprehensive environmental protection and energy-saving design, with low power consumption and lower cost compared to coal-fired production and processing, meeting environmental standards and reducing overall costs.
Reduces environmental pollution and labor intensity for staff, making it a responsible choice for modern manufacturing practices.
Medium frequency induction hardening is used to obtain hardening depths ranging from 2 to 6mm, making it suitable for a wide range of mechanical components.
High frequency induction hardening is used for hardening depths from 0.6 to 2mm, ideal for components that require shallow hardening.
Low frequency induction hardening is used for heating to depths of up to 30mm and more, making it suitable for larger and more complex components.
Cooling equipment for medium frequency induction hardening equipment varies depending on the size, shape, and cooling process requirements of the workpiece. Special cooling machines are used for serial parts, especially in automated assembly lines. Medium and small factories typically use versatile medium-high frequency cooling equipment due to their cost-effectiveness and efficiency.
In summary, medium frequency induction hardening equipment offers numerous advantages in terms of efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and environmental protection. It is widely used in modern mechanical manufacturing for achieving desired hardness in components while meeting environmental standards and reducing labor intensity. The flexibility, precision, and customization options make it a reliable choice for various applications in the industry.