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High frequency: seamless cutting (Induction Heating) process

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"High frequency" refers to high frequency and induction heating technology, which heats metal materials with the highest efficiency, fastest speed, and low consumption and environmental protection. It has been widely used in various industries such as thermal processing, heat treatment, thermal assembly, welding, and smelting of metal materials.

It can not only heat the workpiece as a whole, but also heat the workpiece in a targeted manner; it can realize the deep penetration of the workpiece, or it can only heat the surface and the surface of the workpiece; it can not only directly heat metal materials, but also non-metallic materials. The material is heated indirectly. etc. Therefore, induction heating technology is bound to be more and more widely used in all walks of life. Induction heating refers to a process in which metal is excited by a high-frequency electric field with a frequency band ranging from tens of hertz to several megahertz, which induces current and generates heat on the surface or inside of the metal.


High frequency: Seamless cutting (Induction Heating) process has the following characteristics:

① There is no need to heat the whole workpiece, the deformation of the workpiece is small, and the power consumption is small.

②No pollution.

③The heating speed is fast, and the surface oxidation and decarburization of the workpiece is lighter.

④The surface hardened layer can be adjusted as required, which is easy to control.

⑤The heating equipment can be installed on the mechanical processing production line, which is easy to realize mechanization and automation, easy to manage, and can reduce transportation, save manpower, and improve production efficiency.

⑥ The martensite structure of the hardened layer is finer, and the hardness, strength, and toughness are higher.

⑦After surface quenching, the surface layer of the workpiece has a larger compressive internal stress, and the workpiece has a higher fatigue resistance.

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