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Vacuum induction melting furnace and medium frequency induction melting furnace are two common metal melting equipment, they have some differences in working principle, application range and characteristics.
1. Working principle: The vacuum induction melting furnace uses the induction heating principle to heat the metal material to the melting point in a vacuum environment and then melts it. The vacuum environment can effectively remove the oxide on the metal surface and improve the smelting quality. Medium frequency induction melting furnace uses the principle of induction heating to generate eddy currents in metal materials through high-frequency electromagnetic fields to heat and melt them.
2. Application: Vacuum induction melting furnace is suitable for the melting of high-purity metals, alloys and special materials, often used in aerospace, electronics, nuclear industry and other fields. Medium frequency induction melting furnace is suitable for casting, forging, heat treatment and other processes, often used in steel, non-ferrous metals, casting and other industries.
Features: Vacuum induction melting furnace has the following characteristics:
· It can be melted in a vacuum environment to reduce oxidation reaction and improve melting quality.
· Fast heating speed, low energy consumption and high efficiency.
· Precise temperature control and smelting process control can be achieved.
Medium frequency induction melting furnace has the following characteristics:
· Uniform heating, accurate temperature control.
· Fast melting speed, low energy consumption and high efficiency.
· Strong adaptability, can be applied to a variety of metal materials melting.
In general, the vacuum induction melting furnace is suitable for the melting of high-purity metals and special materials, while the medium-frequency induction melting furnace is suitable for casting, forging and other processes, with uniform heating and accurate temperature control.