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Welcome to Inductotherm Corp.

Induction Melting, Holding, Pouring and Heating Systems

As the world’s leading manufacturer of induction metal melting systems for metal producers today, Inductotherm has built more than 36,500 melting and heating systems for metal and metalcasting producers around the globe. With proven induction melting technology for every melt shop requirement, we have the experience to help. Only Inductotherm can offer you proven efficient, reliable and effective systems to give you the competitive edge.

We design and manufacture the most advanced induction melting, heating, holding and pouring systems for virtually all metal and material processing. These include equipment for gray and ductile iron, steel, copper and copper-based alloys, aluminum, zinc, reactive metals, precious metals, silicon, and graphite heating, as well as numerous other special applications. We also design and manufacture a complete line of induction equipment for melting, heating, coating, galvanizing and galvanealing on a continuous basis, primarily for the steel industry.

Metal is the material foundation for the world we live in today. We celebrate the importance of metal, the uniqueness of metal, and the infinite number of ways in which metal makes our lives better. Once transformed, metal can be a thousand different things. We are honored to be a part of our customer’s journey as they use our products to facilitate these transformations every day. At Inductotherm, we believe that Metal is what YOU make of it. We know what we can do with metal and we want to learn about what you do with metal. Call us so we can be part of your story.

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What is

Induction?

Inductotherm Group companies use electromagnetic induction for melting, heating and welding applications across multiple industries. But what exactly is induction? And how does it differ from other heating methods?

To the typical engineer, induction is a fascinating method of heating. Watching a piece of metal in a coil turn cherry red in a matter of seconds can be surprising to those unfamiliar with induction heating. Induction heating equipment requires an understanding of physics, electromagnetism, power electronics and process control, but the basic concepts behind induction heating are simple to understand.

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