Induction Hardening Heater for Cv Joints
The Cv joints are heated using Induction Hardening Heaters accurately to the essential process temperature of around 160 to 180 degrees Celsius. This stops unwanted heating of the material structure in the heat-affected zone, the area directly surrounding the weld. Pre-heating efficiently prevents the formation of cracks in the Cv joints after hardening.
Induction Heaters product range offered by Precision Instruments & Allieds
Induction Heaters Applications Industries
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