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We Heat It Up!

CUSTOM  SOLUTIONS FOR
INDUCTION HEATING YOUR PARTS

 

Flameless, non-contact, safe and repeatable electromagnetic heating.

Accurate and precise heating of a wide variety of metallic components and assemblies

Test video with thermal imaging with sample processing.

No cost sample processing and heating analysis.

Heating elements designed to fit your application

and focus the heat where you need it.

1KW to 5KW induction inverters power the heating.

HS5000R2C Induction Heater with

matching transformer and coil

Heating Videos

Products

We offer a range of products to implement and support your induction heating application.  Primary products include our Heat Station 2500R2 and 5000R2 water cooled induction heaters with matching output transformers, Magne AC3 air cooled specialty heaters and custom fabricated heating coils to fit your part.  We also offer Dynaflux water coolant recirculators for use with our standard HS systems, a variety of controls and accessories and capability to design/build custom systems to process your parts.

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Heat Station Induction Power Supplies are available in 2.5KW and 5 KW sizes. Different models include standard control panels, dual timer control panels and touchscreen control.

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The Magne AC3 is used for specialty applications where water cooling is not practical.  Interchangeable heating heads just plug in.  Typical uses are insert heating, catheter tipping and epoxy curing.

Heating Coils are custom made to fit the application.  If the coil isn't right, the part won't heat right.  Coils are made in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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Most applications require water cooling.  Dynaflux

recirculators and accessories can handle it.

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We can provide complete systems for your process.  The system shown heats a large bushing to 500F and holds it at temperature to expand the ID for heat shrinking placement on a shaft.  The heating coil raises up into the bore for the heating and all functions are controlled by the touch screen on the HS5000R2TS power supply.

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Available controls connect easily to a port on the power supplies to enable both manual and automatic applications.

Some Applications

Induction Heating can be used whenever precise, consistent and rapid heating of metal parts is required.  Heat Station heaters are currently used in industrial, medical and scientific processes.  These include the brazing of tools, tubes and assemblies, soldering connectors and terminals, heating inserts for hot pressing into plastic parts, shrink fitting gears, rings, and bearings, preheating for welding and molding operations, melting, heat staking, extruder barrel heating, curing epoxies, coatings and adhesives, heating catheter tipping molds, annealing, stress relieving and a variety of specialty applications.  We have setup and applied thousands of heating systems.  Contact us to discuss your part or process.

Four Carbide Inserts are brazed into position on a large debarking cutting tool.

Bearing Housing Is heated for a shrink fit assembly operation.  The label shows the

temperature.

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A Threaded Insert is heated for pressing into a plastic part using the

Magne AC3 heater and heating head. No water cooling is required.

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Cable is soldered to a sensor assembly using a "U" type heating coil. 

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Hardened Shaft Annealing
Epoxy Curing Ferrites
Mini 1800F Furnace

Harden Shafting is annealed for a subsequent machining operation.

A solenoid motor housing is heated and held at temp to cure the epoxy securing internal ferrites in position

A stainless tube is heated and held at 1800F.  Heats up in a minute to heat tool ends for hand forging operation

No Charge Sample Analysis

If you have a project to heat something up and think induction might work, contact us and we can help.  Our equipment can not do everything.  If it is not suitable we will let you know and tell you why not.  It might be the application isn't good for induction or our equipment is not suitable due to frequency or power capability.  If it is OK we would be happy to review your application and discuss it.  We offer no charge sample testing.  We will test heat your part with a custom designed heating coil and provide you with  finished samples, a process report including the model heater used, the heating coil, the setup used and power and time settings. We will also provide you a video of the sample run and thermal imaging when applicable.

About Us

  • Designing and building custom induction heating systems since 1986.

  • All equipment manufactured in Warren, Ohio, USA.

  • Experienced Sales, Service and Engineering Team.

  • In house service and repair.

  • No charge process evaluation and sample parts testing.

Magneforce Inc. has supplied thousands of induction heating systems since 1986, for applications ranging from the routine to the innovative.  In many cases we have developed successful heating solutions where the customer has not been able to identify any alternatives.  With over 150 years of combined experience in custom applications and heating coil development we can provide unique solutions to your heating problems.   

Heat Station and Magne induction heating systems are currently used in industrial, medical and scientific processes.  These include brazing of tools, tubes and fittings, soldering electrical connectors and components, heating threaded inserts for pressing into molded and printed plastic parts, heating catheter molds, adhesive curing, epoxy curing, shrink fitting of gears, rings, bearings, cutting tool holders and electrical motor housings, melting, heat staking, extruder barrel heating, annealing, heat treating, stress relieving, part temperature cycling experimentation, and many other process heating applications.

We service what we sell. All equipment, including induction power supplies and heating coils, are manufactured in the USA at our facility in Warren, Ohio. 

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