CX2020A high-frequency induction heating converter is designed to work at the frequency range of 50~120KHz and its output power range is 10KW. It is often used for induction brazing, welding, small parts forging heating and heat treatment. The core component of this high power induction heater is MOSFET, which is adapted from a well-known manufacturer. Its mature and stable circuits design ensure reliable equipment performance. With the remote control modules for start/stop, remote power adjustment can also be customized according to customer requirements, and this design makes it simple to embed this equipment into automated production lines.
Our 20KW High-Frequency Induction Hardening Machine represents a cutting-edge heating method tailored for industrial applications. In numerous modern manufacturing processes, this heat-frequency machine provides an appealing blend of speed, uniformity, and precision control.
Operating on the principle of magnetic field induction, this high-frequency metal hardening furnace finds broad utility and is adaptable to a wide range of metal workpieces, regardless of their size or shape. The primary applications of the 20kw induction heater encompass tasks such as melting, annealing, quenching, welding, heating, and various other heat treatment procedures. The following is the induction hardening machine specification CX2020A:
1 Phase 220V±10% 50/60HZ
Input AC current
Cooling water pressure
Cooling water flow
The CX2020A high frequency induction machine has a rapid and highly efficient heating process.
Precise heating targeting specific areas, resulting in minimal distortion.
Swift heating cycles with a clean, oxide-free workpiece surface.
The high-frequency induction welder has a user-friendly operation, promotes a favorable working environment, and minimizes environmental impact.
Easily adjustable heating temperature and duration control, ensuring consistent heating quality and enabling streamlined production processes.
Purpose of Heat Treatment: Induction hardening of heat-frequency machine is used to modify the characteristics of metal materials, enhancing mechanical properties like strength, hardness, plasticity, toughness, and fatigue strength. The process involves preliminary and final heat treatments. Preliminary treatments adjust material properties, such as normalizing low-carbon steel for increased hardness or spheroidizing high-carbon steel for reduced hardness. Final heat treatment achieves the desired mechanical properties by quenching and tempering.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting: Issues in the induction heating equipment may result from low insulation resistance or furnace short-circuits. To address this, a megohmmeter is employed to detect furnace resistance and eliminate short-circuits. If resistance is excessively low, rebuilding the furnace may be necessary.
Advantages of CX2020A high-frequency induction welder: This method offers deeper and harder layers with superior wear resistance compared to laser hardening. However, it can affect workpiece surface roughness, often necessitating additional machining to restore smoothness. The high-frequency induction quenching machine can produce a specialized laser melting and quenching coating, effectively reducing surface roughness in the fusion layer.
Brazing of length 6~40mm carbide and other materials
Welding of Ø6~15mm copper pipe
Non-ferrous metal smelting
Forging heating of Ø8-10mm steel rod
Hardening of small workpiece whole piece or surface layer.