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Inductive surface treatment
Induction heating is ideal for all surface treatments such as coating, drying or cleaning, whether with or without preheating. The principle of action is always the same: The heat is generated in the workpiece.
With conventional surface treatments, the heat acts on the workpiece from the outside. For example, if a surface is coated with a topcoat and then dried or cured, the surface of the coating dries first.
With induction heating, on the other hand, the process is reversed, the top layer dries from the component surface, and the surface of the coating remains moist for the longest time. This has the benefit that the volatile components of the coating, which are supposed to escape to the outside due to the drying or curing of the layer, can diffuse unhindered right at the end of the process. Drying or curing is thus faster and more targeted. And it also increases the cosmetic quality of the surface coating.
The use of inductive surface treatment
Induction heating for your surface treatments
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Induction heating has many benefits for your company, your employees and the environment. Use them and set an example in your industry.