Dielectric heating also known as electronic heating radio frequency heating and high-frequency heating is the process in which a radio frequency (RF) alternating electric field or radio wave or microwave electromagnetic radiation heats a dielectric material At higher frequencies this heating is caused by molecular dipole rotation within the dielectric The most extended induction application in this industry is the high-speed hermetic sealing in tamperproof packages cap sealing and aseptic packaging This technique guarantees the integrity of the seal as well as the preservation of the product for longer periods of time Benefits of induction heating include: Rapid efficient heating

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Innovations to improve your industrial process Innovation has always been at the heart of SAIREM's strategy Since 1978 the company has massively invested in RD and developed new solutions to optimize your processes Today SAIREM is one of the few companies to master both microwave

Research continues on possible biological effects of exposure to RF/MW radiation from radios cellular phones the processing and cooking of foods heat sealers vinyl welders high frequency welders induction heaters flow solder machines communications transmitters radar transmitters ion implant equipment microwave drying equipment

The induction heater is a device using the electromagnetic induction principle to convert the electric energy into heat energy The induction heater turns the alternating current of 220V or the three-phase AC 380V 50/60HZ into DC then turns the DC into the high frequency 10~40KHz high current electricity used for heating industrial products

The most extended induction application in this industry is the high-speed hermetic sealing in tamperproof packages cap sealing and aseptic packaging This technique guarantees the integrity of the seal as well as the preservation of the product for longer periods of time Benefits of induction heating include: Rapid efficient heating

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The induction heater is a device using the electromagnetic induction principle to convert the electric energy into heat energy The induction heater turns the alternating current of 220V or the three-phase AC 380V 50/60HZ into DC then turns the DC into the high frequency 10~40KHz high current electricity used for heating industrial

Jul 26 2018High Frequency Welding Rotary Contact Wheel Welding High Frequency Welding Initially ERW manufacturing process used low frequency A C current to heat the edges This low frequency process was used from the 1920's until 1970 In 1970 the low frequency process was superseded by a high frequency ERW process which produced a higher quality

We offer the most advanced and innovative digitally controlled induction heating products in the industry ranging between 1-400kW The flexible output circuits and adaptive tuning power supplies feature the widest load matching and frequency ranges on the market ensuring that our customers' varying load conditions can be precisely matched to the equipment

The most extended induction application in this industry is the high-speed hermetic sealing in tamperproof packages cap sealing and aseptic packaging This technique guarantees the integrity of the seal as well as the preservation of the product for longer periods of time Benefits of induction heating include: Rapid efficient heating

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Induction heating occurs when an electrical current (eddy current) is induced into a workpiece that is a poor conductor of electricity For the induction heating process to be efficient and practical certain relation-ships of the frequency of the electromagnetic field that produces the

Dielectric heating also known as electronic heating radio frequency heating and high-frequency heating is the process in which a radio frequency (RF) alternating electric field or radio wave or microwave electromagnetic radiation heats a dielectric material At higher frequencies this heating is caused by molecular dipole rotation within the dielectric

Induction heating is the process of heating an electrically conducting object (usually a metal) by electromagnetic induction through heat generated in the object by eddy currents An induction heater consists of an electromagnet and an electronic oscillator that passes a high-frequency

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A good example of high-frequency induction heating is IH cooking machine When a thick metal pot is placed on the IH cooker and turned on high frequency current flows through the coil to cause high frequency magnetic field The pot wil generate heat by joule losses and hysteresis losses caused by the high frequency

Strayfield's product range covers the entire spectrum of industry needs in the radio frequency heating and drying sector As the World's foremost suppliers of high frequency heating equipment Strayfield has over 50 years experience in designing and producing first class equipment

High-carbon steel and cast iron workpiece can also be used induction heating surface hardening The quenching medium commonly Water or polymer solution Equipment: Induction Heat Treatment Equipment power equipment quenching machine and sensor The main role of the power supply apparatus is suitable output frequency

Induction heating occurs when an electrical current (eddy current) is induced into a workpiece that is a poor conductor of electricity For the induction heating process to be efficient and practical certain relation-ships of the frequency of the electromagnetic field that produces the

Table of Content Chapter 1 About the High Frequency Induction Heating Machine Industry 1 1 Industry Definition and Types 1 2 Main Market Activities 1 3 Similar Industries 1 4 Industry at a Glance Chapter 2 World Market Competition Landscape 2 1 High Frequency Induction Heating Machine Markets by Regions 2 1 1 USA Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014

A good example of high-frequency induction heating is IH cooking machine When a thick metal pot is placed on the IH cooker and turned on high frequency current flows through the coil to cause high frequency magnetic field The pot wil generate heat by joule losses and hysteresis losses caused by the high frequency

Further by adjusting frequency and power Inductotherm Group companies can process virtually all metals and materials including but not limited to: iron steel and stainless steel alloys copper and copper-based alloys aluminum and silicon Induction equipment is custom-designed for each application to ensure it is as efficient as possible

Download this article in PDF format Microwave energy is well known (and appreciated) by anyone who has used a microwave oven to heat a meal Such application of high-frequency electromagnetic (EM) radiation for the dielectric heating of materials is also one of the most widely adopted industrial uses for RF/microwave