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Design, Regulation, and Positioning of Modern Container Heating Systems 

Design, Regulation, and Positioning of Modern Container Heating Systems

01.10.2014

Light Metal Age

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Design, Regulation, and Positioning of Modern Container Heating Systems 

Design, Regulation, and Positioning of Modern Container Heating Systems

01.10.2014

Light Metal Age

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Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers 

Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers

01.04.2013

Aluminium Times April/May 2013

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Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers 

Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers

01.04.2013

Aluminium Times April/May 2013

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Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers 

Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers

01.04.2013

Aluminium Times April/May 2013

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Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers 

Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers

01.04.2013

Aluminium Times April/May 2013

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Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers 

Radial and axial temperature control for smart containers

01.04.2013

Aluminium Times April/May 2013

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The Use of Channel-type Inductors and Coreless Inductors in the Non-Ferrous Metal Industry 

The Use of Channel-type Inductors and Coreless Inductors in the Non-Ferrous Metal Industry

01.02.2013

World of Metallurgy – ERZMETALL

This article gives an overview of the different types of induction heating units for melting, holding and holding/ casting furnaces. The presentation focuses on coreless inductors and their advantages over channel type inductors when it comes to holding/casting of special copper alloys. At the example of a holding/casting furnace in an aluminium semi-fabrication plant in Europe the modification from a channel-type furnace into a furnace with coreless inductor technology is illustrated and explained.

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Channel-type versus coreless induction furnaces 

Channel-type versus coreless induction furnaces

01.02.2013

Aluminium Journal

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