Why is Water Cooling Needed for Induction Heating?
- Control of Cooling Water Temperature Realizes Stable Production Quality.
- Circulation Cooling for Consistent Water Quality, which Prevents Fouling and Scorching of the Heating Coil.
*High-frequency induction heating equipment uses inductive heating principles for the processing and dissolution of metal surfaces.
Where You Can Find
- Metal Part Production Plants for Automotive Applications
- Metal Heat-Processing Plants
What Chillers Cool in the Equipment
- Power Supplies
(High-frequency inverters and high-frequency oscillators)
- Heating Coils
Features of ORION Water Chillers
Can Withstand Summer Temp. Up to 45 ℃.
High Ambient Temp Compatibility
A cooling capacity that won't bend to harsh environments.
Compact and Robust Body
The chillers are durable and reliable. They are designed to withstand environmental concerns.
High Head Pump Standard
Standard built-in high-head water pump (30 m or better) enables reliable water circulation even for narrow cooling water circuits.
High Capacity Water Tank
Thanks to a built-in high capacity water tank, water supply temperatures are stable.
How to Choose the Right Chiller Capacity
The required cooling capacity is approx. half that of the high-frequency output, with temperature settings of 20 to 25 ℃ where no condensation is built up.
Water flow requirement may be approx. 10 L/min with approx. head of 30 m for compact devices with a high-frequency output in the range of 10 kW or lower.