Across International 25kW low frequency induction heater heating steel to forging temperature

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  • Published on Apr 3, 2015
  • Across International 25kW low frequency induction heater heating steel to forging temperature
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Comments • 30

  • José Ferreira
    José Ferreira 11 days ago

    17981258805 WhatsApp José Ferreira indução

  • José Ferreira
    José Ferreira 11 days ago

    Boa Noite manda um esquema elétrico pra gente

  • José Ferreira
    José Ferreira 5 months ago

    Eu preciso

  • ScottTheAngel
    ScottTheAngel 7 months ago

    Was this made for hobbits lol.

  • SABAR MOWER
    SABAR MOWER 9 months ago +1

    Your video about technology, but your category comedy, why? Is it funny? 😂😂😂😂

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  • Fayez L
    Fayez L Year ago +1

    I'm interested in induction heating units
    Would u please send to me the price for this unit
    And what is the electric power parameters required

  • Stylemilitar Comandos

    Fantastic friend yo solo hablo español igual ala que está grabandoel video. Haha

  • Miguel Segovia
    Miguel Segovia 2 years ago

    200 thousand dice jajaja seguro trabajas ai?

  • Shayne Fitzgerald
    Shayne Fitzgerald 2 years ago

    Wrong Coil Height, and a pair or two of Safety Glasses would not go astray. Silly People teaching younger people to work unsafe.

  • Junkers
    Junkers 2 years ago

    +Sam Huang What does the number "548" relate to?

  • coffeebuzzz
    coffeebuzzz 2 years ago +19

    That coil needs to be raised to a sensible working hight otherwise be prepared for a lot of back injuries.

  • John Citizen
    John Citizen 2 years ago +5

    How much energy would that thing use? like would it be more cost effective than a propane forge, considering you're spending so much less time heating?

    • JonTheChron
      JonTheChron Year ago

      @subzeroI know how it works, by induction, the coil doesn't heat up. I was just trying to simplify it for the other dood

    • James Harper
      James Harper Year ago

      David Salt considering it is a $10,000 machince that only operates on 3 phase 480 it is out of reach for most shops.

    • David Salt
      David Salt Year ago

      Considering that the coil only uses power when a conductive piece of metal is place inside the coil and a propane forge remains burning while you have removed the iron to forge....then it is indeed much more efficient. Only problems arise is where the forged item becomes a shape which will not fit into a coil. This is the limitation of induction forges unless you are able to spend a lot of outlay on large multi coil devices.

    • JonTheChron
      JonTheChron Year ago

      Ok, so let do the approximate math, the video was approximately 1 minute long and the coil had already been heating when the video started so for the purpose of this calculation lets say it took 3 minutes. the average electricity rate in the USA is 0.11$/KW (I pay 0.035$/KW) and this machine consumes 25KW/h .. so ((0.11$ x 25)/60)*3 so it costs him 0.1375$ or less to heat this metal to forging temps

    • Edgar Reyna Torres
      Edgar Reyna Torres 2 years ago

      John Citizen i think is less dangerous

  • BiggLordofTigers
    BiggLordofTigers 2 years ago +1

    how much is one of these

  • Designer Jeweler
    Designer Jeweler 4 years ago

    induction furnace diference on high frequency and low frequency? please

  • Designer Jeweler
    Designer Jeweler 4 years ago +1

    cual es la diferencia entre un inductor de baja frecuencia y otro de alta frecuencia. gracias de antemano

    • Elvis Pfützenreuter
      Elvis Pfützenreuter 3 years ago

      +Designer Jeweler The coupling is higher i.e. more energy is efficiently transferred to the piece

  • Shawn Hawkins
    Shawn Hawkins 4 years ago

    I would like to have one of these to harden gun parts.

  • The Christian Frontiersman

    Wow, I love science. What a great technology. Great job guys!

    • Kim sung Un
      Kim sung Un 10 months ago

      LOL it's simple electromagnetic induction