What are the models of intermediate frequency furnaces? Why use an intermediate frequency furnace? -Kehua
In industrial production, the intermediate frequency furnace is a very good equipment with many advantages. So what are the models of intermediate frequency furnaces? Why use intermediate frequency furnaces? What are the advantages of intermediate frequency furnaces? Kehua will introduce the intermediate frequency furnaces in detail for you, let's take a look together. Intermediate frequency furnace model Intermediate frequency furnace is a power supply device that converts power frequency 50HZ alternating current into intermediate frequency (above 300HZ to 1000HZ), converts three-phase power frequency alternating current into direct current after rectification, and then converts direct current into adjustable intermediate frequency current, The intermediate frequency alternating current flowing through the capacitor and the induction coil is supplied, high-density magnetic lines of force are generated in the induction coil, and the metal material contained in the induction coil is cut, resulting in a large eddy current in the metal material. What are the advantages of the intermediate frequency furnace? Everyone knows that the intermediate frequency furnace has a good use in industrial production. The heating device of the intermediate frequency furnace in use has the advantages of small size and light weight, high work production efficiency, excellent thermal processing quality and favorable environment. At present It has been purchased and used by more and more manufacturers. The intermediate frequency furnace has stability, reliability and safety in work, which brings a good guarantee for the stable operation of the casting and heat treatment production line in the flow operation. It is the main equipment of the casting and heat treatment workshop at present. It has good development prospects and is also well used in induction heating in diathermic rolling, pipe bending heat treatment, welding and other processes. The use of intermediate frequency electric furnace has brought great convenience to today's industrial production, and it is believed that through continuous innovation and improvement in the future, there will be better development and use. What types of intermediate frequency furnaces are there? This depends on what material you smelt, and the power is different. Then what is your output, so the volume of the equipment is also different. There is also the model and size of your transformer. For details, you can check the information on Kehua. Why use an intermediate frequency furnace? 1. The atmosphere in the furnace can be controlled. The working gas in the furnace can be argon. To keep the neutral atmosphere in the furnace, it can be argon, hydrogen or pure hydrogen as the working gas. Keep the reducing atmosphere in the intermediate frequency electric furnace. Nitrogen gas or compressed air can also be used to smelt nitrogen-containing steels or remove them. Different process purposes can be achieved by changing the working gas. Currently, argon gas is mostly used. IF furnace model 2. It can be smelted with or without slag. Under the condition of slag, a series of physical and chemical reactions can be realized, such as deoxidation, desulfurization, decarbonization, etc. The role of slag in the smelting process of intermediate frequency electric furnace is much greater than that of ordinary induction furnace. If only molten steel is poured into castings, slag-free melting can be used. 3. The recovery rate of alloying elements is high. The induction furnace is carried out in a neutral protective atmosphere during melting, refining and pouring. The partial pressure of oxygen in the furnace is very low. If strong reducing slag is used, the burning loss rate of alloy elements will be very low. The above is a detailed introduction to the model of the intermediate frequency furnace. Did you know about the intermediate frequency furnace after reading it? If my article is helpful to you, please support us a lot, I wish you all the best in your career, thank you!