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Low Frequency Lab Induction Heaters

Low-frequency laboratory induction heaters are specialised equipment used in the laboratory for a variety of heating and materials processing applications. They operate at low frequencies between 50 Hz to a few hundred hertz. These induction heaters offer distinct features and find applications in various scientific disciplines.


High power output: Low-frequency laboratory induction heaters are known for their high power output enabling materials to be heated efficiently and quickly.

Deep penetration: These induction heaters can penetrate deep into conductive materials with their low frequency range, making it useful for heating larger and thicker samples.

Better heating uniformity: Low-frequency induction heating tends to provide a more uniform distribution of heat in the material, reducing the risk of localised hot spots and ensuring consistent results.

Precise temperature control: These induction heaters are equipped with advanced temperature control systems, providing precise regulation and monitoring in the heating process.

Safety measures: Low-frequency laboratory induction heaters are designed with safety features, including overheating protection, electrical guards and emergency shutdown mechanisms to ensure the safety of operators and equipment.


Heat treatment: Low-frequency laboratory induction heaters are commonly used for the heat treatment of various metals and alloys, including annealing, quenching, tempering and stress relieving.

Materials research: These induction heaters are essential in materials research, enabling scientists more opportunities to study phase transitions, as well as examine material properties and conduct thermal analysis experiments.

Foundry applications: Low-frequency induction heating is well suited to the melting and casting processes in foundries, making it a valuable tool for metal casting and alloy production.

Brazing and soldering: These induction heaters are effective for brazing and soldering applications, providing precise and controlled heating for joining different metals and materials.

Crystal growth: The low frequency induction heaters facilitate crystal growth processes by providing uniform heating to melt starting materials and achieve controlled solidification.

Low-frequency laboratory induction heaters offer powerful heating capabilities, deep penetration, uniform heat distribution and precise temperature control. These features make them indispensable for a range of laboratory applications, including heat treatment, materials research, foundry processes and brazing. This allows researchers to explore and manipulate materials efficiently and accurately.

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