UltraFlex induction heater for efficient degassing of vacuum tube components | Robots of Tomorrow

2021-11-16 07:43:33 By : Mr. Jack Hou

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As the time and energy efficiency of this induction heating process are improved, customers will get higher productivity while benefiting from reduced energy consumption.

UltraFlex Power Technologies recently demonstrated the efficiency of UltraFlex induction heaters in the degassing process of vacuum tube components. The company is a leading manufacturer of CNC induction heaters, and the company has contacted potential customers who manufacture electronic components. The manufacturer hopes to evaluate the replacement of its existing induction heating system with UltraFlex induction heaters and increase the productivity of the heating process. More headlines Boston’s Urbx Logistics will work with Mitsubishi Electric Automation to enable retailers to automate and optimize their in-store picking processes. Motion Controls Robotics, Inc (MCRI) joins Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) Certified System Integrator (CSI) It is planned that Geek will set up an ASEAN headquarters in Singapore. The demand for automated delivery robots in the next few years may increase. ASPIRE in Abu Dhabi launched the MBZIRC with more than 3 million US dollars. Automatic loading and unloading of the machine. Flexible robots promote high-speed cheese packaging in Masters Gallery Foods stamping shop- Camera-based smart tool protection in the stamping and forming technology behind the robot: HITT's construction site monitors the degassing process of Husky UGV vacuum tube components This is done by inserting active metal-getter-into the sealed vacuum system. By heating the external system to a target temperature of 900°C, the getter reacts with the remaining molecules in the vacuum system and absorbs them. The customer wants to increase the productivity of the heating process, so he hopes to realize a heating cycle of 5 to 10 seconds per unit. UltraFlex engineers recommend using UltraFlex UltraHeat W series induction heater systems. UltraHeat W is an advanced, cost-effective 5-15 kW induction heating system that uses the latest switching power supply technology. They have an adaptive digital phase control function, which can provide very efficient operation over a wide frequency range. With a power of 4.8 kW, the UltraFlex induction heater reaches the target heating temperature of the vacuum system in less than 10 seconds. The heating process is successfully completed, and the time, temperature and frequency of use are fully controlled. As the time and energy efficiency of this induction heating process are improved, customers will get higher productivity while benefiting from reduced energy consumption. The heating process can also be easily automated and transferred on the production line, regardless of the skill of the operator, producing consistent results every time and ensuring complete safety in the workplace. For more information: https://ultraflexpower.com/ Contact us: 1.631.467.6814 uptnews@ultraflexpower.com About UltraFlex Power Technologies: UltraFlex Power Technologies (ultraflexpower.com) provides the most advanced and innovative CNC induction heating equipment in the industry . Its compact modular and flexible system can be used for various induction heating, casting and melting applications.

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