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Reduction of production costs. GH Patent
One of the most important aspects of an induction heating installation is the inductor itself. GH Group has patented a revolutionary new system for inductor design and manufacturing using exclusive technology based on EBM additive manufacturing.
Traditional inductor manufacturing is a one-off process – the raw material is shaped by hand to conform to engineering specifications. This makes it exceptionally difficult to manufacture absolutely identical inductors with the same performance characteristics.
With GH 3DP coil manufacturing technology, identical inductors can be produced. This increases repetition and consistency when multiple induction systems are running the same process, and significantly reduces maintenance and calibration time when inductors need to be changed.
Up to 400% more service life
Our 3D inductors have increased cooling efficiency and are made of pure copper. With one-piece construction, weak points from weld or braze joints are eliminated. With 3D design, both interior and exterior parameters can be tightly controlled. The areas where current is passed through are improved.
Then the production cost are highly reduced.
The ability to manufacture and supply identical replacements ensures that heating profiles are maintained when fixtures are changed, and eliminates the need for time-consuming changeovers.
Increased Production Rates
3D inductors have a longer service life, reducing production stoppages for fixture changes. And when the inductor does need to be replaced with a new but identical fixture, maintenance and changeover time will be minimized.
Because 3D inductors have a longer working life, and delivery times for replacement orders are reduced, you will need to carry fewer spares in your inventory.
Complex inductor shapes
With GH technology, it is possible to manufacture very complicated inductor designs, that simply were not possible to produce with classic methods.