Induction Heating Application Glue Curing

What is Induction Glue Curing?

  Induction glue curing is a process that uses an electromagnetic field to heat and activates adhesives that are applied to various products for bonding, coating, sealing, or insulation purposes.

What are the advantages of Induction Glue Curing?

  • It can reduce the amount of time required to cure the adhesive compared to other methods such as oven curing or air curing.
  • It can deliver heat precisely to the adhesive area, minimizing the effects of heat on surrounding components and substrates.
  • It can increase production rates, reduce defect rates and improve product quality with repeatable and reliable heating cycles.

What are the application scenarios of Induction Glue Curing?

  • Automotive: Induction is the main method for curing adhesives and sealants for car components such as doors, hoods, fenders, rearview mirrors, and magnets. Induction also cures the adhesives in composite-to-metal and carbon fiber-to-carbon fiber joints.
  • Electronics: Induction can be used to cure electrically conductive adhesives that are applied to electronic components such as printed circuit boards, sensors, antennas, RFID tags, and LED displays. Induction provides fast and precise heating that improves the electrical conductivity and reliability of the joints.
  • Packaging: Induction can be used to cure adhesives that are used for bonding paper, cardboard, plastic, or metal materials in various packaging products such as boxes, bottles, cans, or labels. Induction offers a clean and efficient way of sealing packages without damaging the contents or affecting their appearance.

How to Choose an Induction Glue Curing Machine?

  Please provide information on the material, shape, and size of the component you want to heat, as well as the heating temperature, time, and production rate required for your application.

  Ketchan will help you determine the appropriate power range and frequency selection and suggest suitable and stable equipment for you.

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