Induction pressure welding, Mechanical Engineering

Induction Pressure Welding

In this process, the current is induced by high frequency induction process in the job. Due to electrical induction the job is heated. When a suitable temperature is reached, the weld is consolidated by a forging action of the joint. This is generally used in manufacture of boiler tubes. A very high level of productivity can be obtained with this process.

 

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