INDUCTION Heating Systems


Selection by APPLICATION

Our induction heating systems are currently applied in different industries. Thanks to the extremely high energy efficiency, guaranteed reliability in time and reduced overall size, Ceia Induction Generators, Control Units and Optical Pyrometers are complemented by all the main automatic machine manufacturers (OEM), and have been used successfully in all those applications where the process repeatability, the constant power supply, and the accurate temperature control are essential.

Hard Brazing

CEIA generators are particularly suitable for all solder-brazing applications of steel, copper, inox, aluminium items and other metallic alloys.

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Tin Soldering

Specialized control units can manage all the soldering working phases and accomplish a closed-loop control system that allows all the soldering parameters set by the operator to be respected.

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Tool Brazing

CEIA devices, thanks to the power output and to the extremely accurate temperature control, allow the heating to be limited to the soldering area only, thus safeguarding the metallurgical properties of the hard metal and cutting tip.

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Heating Treatment

CEIA generators perfectly adapt to hardening applications, surfacing hardening, annealing. The area and the heating depth depend in fact on the coil geometry and on the exposure time to the magnetic field.

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Aluminium Brazing

The aluminium brazing applications are particularly critical because the melting temperature of the brazing alloy is quite close to the melting temperature of the aluminium itself.

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Cap Sealing

High frequency devices, series 900, therefore, are extremely suitable for cap-sealing applications, where the speed, precision and repeatability of the heating are basic peculiarities.

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Warm Forming

CEIA Induction Generators, thanks to the extremely compact dimensions, can be easily integrated inside Forging Machines, for processes of Warm Forming (300-900°C) of an alloy of Titanium, Nickel, Steel, for the production of fasteners.
With a wide range of frequency and power, CEIA generators achieve excellent performances and very high yields of both magnetic and non-magnetic materials (Titanium alloy, Nickel, Steel).

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Induction curing

The main advantages of using our systems are remarkable. The process repeatability, the constant power output, the possibility of locating the heating area of interest, the accurate temperature control, help to speed up production, save energy and facilitate the quality control of the finished product.

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Shrink fitting

It is a common technique in industries and mechanical workshops for assembly and disassembly of mechanical components and transmission units. This method involves the use of heat and thermal expansion phenomenon to overcome the dimensional interference of two components and create an extremely strong mechanical coupling between two parts.

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