Optimising induction heating processes

Stanelco’s new SSRF induction heating systems have output frequencies starting from 1MHz, and extended to in excess of 40Mhz (choice of frequency is application dependent) which are uniquely designed to replace old technology and achieve the highly desirable results discussed above.

The main advantages of the SSRF models include; ultra-high electrical and thermal efficiencies, ease of operation, a dramatic reduction in the risk of overheating, less accidental heating of surrounding areas of the part being heated and most importantly perhaps – optimised stable and repeatable thermal process results.

Biome Technologies plc is a growth oriented, commercially driven technology group. The Group’s primary activity is the development of its fast growing business in bioplastics. The Group comprises two divisions: Biome Bioplastics and Stanelco RF Technologies.

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