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Induction melting installation

Curcible insulation control device CICD - 1

Curcible insulation control device CICD - 1 is designed for control in real time of curcible lining to prevent emergency situations.

INQUIRY FORM for induction melting systems

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INQUIRY FORM for induction vacuum melting systems

Induction Melting Systems with capacity from 1 to 16 tons

Induction Melting Systems with capacity from 1 to 16 tons are designed to melt ferrous and non-ferrous metals with high-frequency current.

Induction Melting Systems with capacity from 0.06 to 0.8 ton

Induction Melting Systems are designed to melt ferrous and non-ferrous metals with medium frequency current. RELTEC has designed and at present manufactures induction melting systems in line with the modern requirements of foundries.

Induction Melting Systems with capacity from 0.25 to 30 kg

Induction Melting Systems are designed to melt small volumes of metals in high-frequency fields. The systems can be used in tooling, jewelry, gold-mining industries, in stomatology, art field and central plant laboratories for metal and alloy melting.

Induction Melting Plant for melting magnesium and magnesium alloys

Induction melting plant especially designed for magnesium and magnesium alloys

Induction vacuum melting systems

Induction vacuum melting systems are designed for melting and casting in vacuum and inert-gas atmosphere of high-alloy and precious metals.

Induction Vacuum Melting System IMSV-250-2,4-0,15

Induction Vacuum Melting System IMSV-250-2,4-0,15

Power supply systems

There are several power supply systems that can consist of different sets of electric equipment and have different numbers of furnaces. The following diagrams show several functional systems with differences in productivity and costs (investments are the most effective when twin-power dual-trak system is used).