Induction Heater for Pipe Coatings
In preparation for coating, an induction heater is used to eliminate surface moisture from pipes, heating the pipe to the correct temperature for coating. Depending on the kind of polymeric coating applied the tube or pipe is heated to 150-300 °C (302-572 °F) for curing the coating.
Induction Heaters product range offered by Precision Instruments & Allieds
Induction Heaters Applications Industries
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