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  • ACF Laminating/Pre-Bonding
  • B
  • Bolt & Studwelding
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  • Brazing
  • C
  • Compacting
  • D
  • Dispensing
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  • Drawn Arc Welding
  • E
  • Electrostatic Discharge Control
  • F
  • Fiber Laser Marking
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  • Fiber Laser Welding
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  • Fluid Dispensing
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  • Fume Extraction
  • G
  • Gap Welding
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  • Green Laser Welding
  • H
  • Heat Staking
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  • Heat-Sealing/ACF Final Bonding
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  • Hermetic Sealing of electronic packages
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  • Hot Bar Bonding
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  • Hot Bar Reflow Soldering
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  • Hot Bar Systems
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  • Hot Crimping
  • I
  • Induction Heating
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  • Inscribe
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  • Insulated Wire Welding
  • J
  • Jet Dispensing
  • L
  • Laser Cutting
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  • Laser Marking
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  • Laser Marking Systems
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  • Laser Seam Welding
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  • Laser Spot Welding
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  • Laser Welding
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  • Laser Welding Systems
  • M
  • Marking
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  • Micro Joining
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  • Micro Resistance Welding
  • P
  • Parallel Gap Welding
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  • Plastic Welding
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  • Projection Welding
  • R
  • Remote Services
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  • Resistance Welding
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  • Resistance Welding Systems
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  • Robotic Soldering
  • S
  • Saw Blade System
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  • Seam Welding
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  • Short Cycle Studwelding
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  • Single Component Positive Displacement Dispensing
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  • Single Component Time/Pressure Dispensing
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  • Spot Welding
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  • Strand Welding
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  • Studwelding
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  • Studwelding with Capacitor Discharge
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  • Thermocompression Welding
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  • Two Component Dispensing
  • W
  • Weld Monitoring
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  • Welding
  • Induction Heating

    Induction HeatingInductive heating is based on the supply of energy by means of electromagnetic induction. A coil, suitably dimensioned, placed close to the metal parts to be heated, with high and medium frequency alternated current flowing through it, induces on these parts parasitic currents whose intensity can be controlled and modulated. The heating occurs without physical contact and only heats the metal parts being treated. The process is characterised as a high efficiency transfer without loss of heat.

    The depth of penetration of the generated current is directly correlated to the working frequency of the generator being used; the higher it is, the more the induced currents concentrate on the surface. In this case, the heating homogeneity on a relevant mass, can be obtained only thanks to the principle of thermal conduction which allows the heating to be transferred in depth.

    By decreasing the output frequency, it is possible to increase the penetration of the induced currents within the parts. These currents are able to reach the very heart of the mass. The above mentioned phenomenon is connected with the magnetic permeability and endurance of the material under treatment.

    Induction Heating  

    The phenomenon of the electromagnetic induction is therefore based on three physical principles:

    A) Transfer of energy from the inductor to the mass to be heated, by means of electromagnetic fields.

    B) Transformation of the electric energy into heat due to the “Joule effect” The Joule Effect states that the amount of electrical energy is dependent upon the: 
    The electric current squared, the resistance of the substance through which current is passing and the time the current is in flowing.

    C) Transmission of the heat inside the mass by means of thermal conduction

    Induction heating is applied in many industries, such as  Automotive, IT & Multimedia, Electronics & Solar Cells, Aerospace, Defence and Medical.

    Automotive IT & Multimedia Electronics & Solar Cells