Induction heating

Induction heating is the process of heating an electrically conducting object (usually a metal) by electromagnetic induction, through heat generated in the object . The heater is pulling about 15watts when the bar is cold and about. Learn about induction heating theory and principles, watch a short video demonstration, review important factors and considerations.

This Instructable presumes you have a good understanding of electronics and induction heaters. As an aside, I have put together a very accurate . How to make a simple induction heater. This project is really simple, and surprisingly effective at heating metals using high frequency magnetic fields.

The induction heating process heats the material without touching the heat source. Induced eddy currents heat the workpiece. Induction heating is a non-contact heating process.

It uses high frequency electricity to heat materials that are electrically conductive. Learn how our Invisible Heat inductor products, Mini-Ductor Inductor Series, pay for themselves by cutting torch time in half – and are much safer.