Process Control Capability
Induction heating provides significantly more process control than many other heating methods. Induction is also fast,
and easy to automate and monitor. Induction often increases efficiencies.
Modern power supplies use digital or computer timers with .001 second repeatability.
Today's generators feature regulated outputs often with power, voltage and current regulation options.
Infrared optical pyrometers can provide highly accurate measurement and control.
Most units feature a central interface for process control (including on/off and power level) and feedback.
Interfaces are available to modulate power output proportionally with line speed
Giltron can design and build custom machines and control systems to automate or semi-automate your production, lowering unit costs and decreasing rejects.
See next 4 pages for coils, tooling and automation