We proudly represent Heating Induction Services (HIS), a leading manufacturer of IGBT and SCR based current and voltage source induction heating power supplies, turn-key material handling systems, induction coils, complete system controls packages and water systems. HIS has years of experience putting custom turn-key automated induction systems together for the forging, heat treating, pipe and tube, melting, semi-conductor and other unique industries. Whether your process requires complicated robotic assembly with full data acquisition or simple chain conveyors that work from a push button, they can easily integrate their power supply to your process eliminating the need for outside 3rd party integrators who do not have a firm understanding of the induction process.
All HIS automated systems are custom tailored to your specific needs and designed exclusively with Solidworks 3D modeling software. The combination of our induction experience and 3D modeling allows us to sit across the table from you and discuss the fine details of a system and how it operates before we cut our first piece of steel or drill our first hole. This process ensures a high application and functionality success rate. One our customers have come to expect.
At HIS we believe that the best customer is a well-informed one. We strive to cut through all the complicated “Understanding” of induction process and provide a simple explanation for our machinery, how it works and why we selected certain features. The HIS Team offers power supply sizing based on calculations or actual heat test results.
We are constantly evaluating and developing new innovative solutions for all types of heating applications. We have a complete in-house lab with a 7 kW Mini-Match- 2, 20 kW Ultra-Match- 1 and 100 kW Ultra-Match- 3. This allows us to prove out many new processes, evaluate existing ones and design custom trials for you to witness. Please contact us any time to discuss our solution for your application or new process.
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