Application of high frequency induction heating equipment
Heat treatment such as quenching, annealing, tempering and tempering of metal materials;
High-frequency welding of various metal steel-steel, steel-copper, copper-copper equivalent metals or dissimilar metals;
Welding of diamond tools and carbide tools;
Metal hot forging and thermoforming;
1. Heating (hot forging, heat matching, melting):
1. Hot forging It is mainly to heat the workpiece to the temperature (the heating temperature is different according to the material), forging the workpiece into other shapes by punching, forging or other forms. For example: watch case, table blank, handle, mold accessories, kitchen tableware, crafts, standard parts, fasteners, mechanical parts processing, copper locks, rivets, steel brazing, hot extrusion of brazing tools, etc.
2. Thermal coordination It mainly refers to the heating of metals between different metals or between metals and non-metals, using the principle of thermal expansion or thermal melting to connect the two together. For example the copper core of the computer radiator and the aluminum sheet, the buried value welding of the speaker net, the composite of the steel-plastic tube, the sealing of the aluminum foil (toothpaste skin), the motor rotor, the sealing of the electric heating tube, etc.
3. Smelting it mainly refers to turning the metal into a liquid through the high temperature of the metal, which is mainly suitable for iron, steel, copper, aluminum, zinc, and various precious metals. Such as the melting of gold and silver.
Heat treatment (surface quenching):
It mainly changes the hardness of the metal material after heating the workpiece, and the specific application is as follows:
1. Various hardware tools and hand tools. Quenching of pliers, wrenches, hammers, axes, screwdrivers, scissors (gardening shears), etc.;
2. Various auto and motorcycle accessories. Quenching of crankshaft, connecting rod, piston pin, sprocket, aluminum wheel, valve, rocker shaft, transmission half shaft, small shaft, fork, etc.;
3. Various electric tools. Such as gears and shafts;
4. Machine tool industry. Such as the quenching of the machine bed, machine tool guides, etc.;
5. All kinds of metal hardware parts, machining parts. Such as the quenching of shafts, gears (sprockets), cams, chucks, clamps, etc.;
6. Hardware mold industry. Such as the quenching of small molds, mold accessories, mold inner holes, etc.;
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