Medium frequency furnace
The introduction of medium frequency furnace is a kind of frequency conversion device that converts three-phase power frequency current into single-phase medium frequency current. It is mainly used in the fields of melting, diathermy and quenching of various metal materials and their alloys. This machine is composed of a three-phase bridge type full control rectifier circuit and a parallel inverter circuit. The control part adopts integrated circuit to realize microcomputer control. Compared with other lines, it has advanced technology, simple structure, stable and reliable performance, simple and convenient debugging and maintenance, large output power, fast working speed, high efficiency, low power consumption and reliable operation. Low failure rate and other advantages. The line also has a variety of fast protection functions for power supply and voltage overload, which makes the product very reliable. Suitable for long-term or intermittent work.
Medium frequency furnace use
The medium frequency induction furnace is also called the intermediate frequency coreless induction furnace. It is mainly used for the melting and heat preservation of black and non-ferrous metals and alloys such as alloy steel, copper and aluminum. It can also be used for the melting of precious metals such as gold and silver.
Medium frequency furnace features: