Furnace frequency was choosen according to weight of the workpiece, during the induction furnace purchase proccess in the casting industry. Now, there is no restriction any more over the casting types caused by constant frequency in the melting systems. EGES new production interchangeable double-frequency melting systems abolish all these restrictions.
Now, both cast iron and all kind of steel group can be cast flawlessly with EGES interchangeable double-frequency technology.
In order to get high quality product in the cast iron melting process, furnace frequency selection is recommended as low as possible. Low frequency during the casting process means that the molten metal mixture level is high, and the carbon resolution is uniform. Also, desirable mixture quality during the chip melting process is provided with frequency as low as possible.
In order to get high quality product in the steel casting melting process, furnace frequency selection is recommended as high as possible.
High frequency during the casting process means that the molten metal mixture level is low, and it will provide minimum penetration range into the bath for the undesirable fumes which will be absorbed from the surface.
Using the appropriate lining in the same units, the best quality cast iron or steel melting process can be made by interchangeable double-frequency melting systems of the EGES.
Frequency selection process can be done easily by the operator. Interchangeable double-frequency can be carried out in the existing system whether single or double furnaces.
All features of the EGES interchangeable double-frequency system are acceptable for non-ferrous metals as well, and demanded capacities can be applied.
The world’s FASTEST, MOST ECONOMICAL and SAFEST induciton furnace emerges when IGBT controlled melting system’s superior features combined with the advantages of the interchangeable double-frequency system.
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