induction melting

induction melting

[in′dək·shən ¦melt·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Converting a solid metal to the molten state in an induction furnace.
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From simple melt and pour systems to sophisticated computer controlled melt shops, Ajax TOCCO's line of equipment covers induction melting equipment of all sizes and frequencies with capacities up to 2,500 tons.
Dinesh Kumar Lekhi, entitled 'Special Steels Through Induction Melting Furnaces: Vision 2020,' cited the economic benefits of IFST such as lower manufacturing cost of steel and lower electric consumption.
A paper published in India by Dinesh Kumar Lekhi, titled "Special Steels Through Induction Melting Furnaces: Vision 2020," cited the economic benefits of IFST as lower production cost contributed to cheaper prices of finished products.
Activity levels at our melt shop and at our vacuum induction melting and forge facilities were also at multi-year highs, contributing to further improvement in our gross margin and significant growth in our EBITDA.
The dense ASM handbook explains the principles of electromagnetic induction hardening of metal components, the induction heating of metals prior to warm and hot forming, and induction melting of iron, steel, aluminum, glasses, and oxides.
The assets acquired by Universal Stainless & Alloy Products Inc include a radial forge, a Vacuum Induction Melting (VIM) facility, two Vacuum Arc Remelt (VAR) furnaces and related equipment for heat treating and finishing long products.
Patriot Special Metals comprises a radial forge in the start-up stage and vacuum induction melting (VIM) facility to be finalised for production by Universal Stainless in the first quarter of 2012.
Finnish component supplier Componenta Corporation (OMX Helsinki: CTH1V) said on Tuesday (15 July) that it has decided to invest in induction melting furnaces in the Orhangazi foundry in Turkey.
* induction melting in a ceramic crucible in air and vacuum-induction remelting in a ceramic crucible;
CAPITALISING on the success of its "superalloy" bar products supplied to the investment casting industry worldwide, Sheffield based Ross & Catherall has recently invested [pounds sterling]7.8m in an expansion of its production facilities, including the development of a combined vacuum induction melting and continuous casting process.
Techniques for voiding metal cores are hot-bath (glycol solution at 300 F) or induction melting or a combination of both, depending on core size and whether a part is thermoset or thermoplastic.