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IHIntercomputer Handler
IHInstituti I Hitorisë (Albanian: Institute of History in Kosova)
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The calculations carried out related for effective systems creation not only for the induction heating of thin-walled metals, but also for a number of electrical devices that represent air current transformers in this case.
The inductor (the business end of induction heating machines used for metal hardening, brazing, and other metal heating processes) consists of specially-shaped conductive material through which alternating electrical current is passed.
Key parts of the patented system include controlled induction heating for cleaning, drying and curing, robotics for rapid and precise part handling, automation for integrated process control and the MetalJacket corrosion control system for rapid precision coating of complex steel parts.
Laskowski, who has over 10 years of experience in the induction heating industry, will be responsible for developing and managing a national sales network that will expand GH IA's industrial client base and market share.
The nXheat induction heating system was developed by Xaloy Group, New Castle, Pa.
With an induction heating system for cleaning, drying and curing metal parts, the company has joined with Hahn Automation to streamline the process without sacrificing performance, according to the bulletin.
The Uni-Port tool changer, also for carbide tools only, uses induction heating to provide 30- to 40-second tool change times.