- Transmission Pipeline, Construction, Repair
- Shrink Fit
- Ship Building
- Power Piping
- Pipe Fabrication Shops
- Petro Chemical
- Mining Equip Maintenance
- Drill Pipe Manufacturing
Miller’s Induction Heating system brings a part to temperature in a fraction of the time, compared to traditional flame and resistance heating processes. It also holds the part at the specified temperature.
With Miller's Pro-Heat, pre-heat time can be reduced by up to 75%. To put this in perspective, companies using the Pro-Heat have reduced pre-heating time from over two hours to just 30 minutes.
See the time saving benefits for yourself with our Induction Heating 'Time To Temp' Calculators.
Provides two insulated connectors for air-cooled blankets or liquid-cooled cables.
No fuel costs and minimal insulation costs. Insulation is reusable and may be used 50 times or more, reducing cost of disposal and replacement.
Provides for manual or temperature-based programming in a simple-to-learn operator interface.
Control on the hottest TC during heating and coolest TC during cooling for uniform heating and quality.
Prevents system operation without a covered output receptacle (cable or protective plug).
Designed for preheating applications up to 204°C.
Designed for preheating, hydrogen bake-out and stress relieving applications up to 788°C.
Achieved using pre-heat blankets or flexible heating cables combined with user-friendly insulation blankets. Easy to install primary power through panel that does not require removal of sheet metal.
Heating is maintained along and through the heat zone by using induction to heat within the material. The surface of the part is not marred by localised conducted heat at higher than specified temperatures.
Welders are not exposed to open flame, explosive gases and hot elements associated with fuel gas heating and resistance heating.
Knows the type of cable attached and limits output to protect cables and blankets.
Provides automatic system shut down should power source output short to ground. A sense lead provides
direct feedback to the power source to sense fault condition.
Faster than conventional processes due to the method of applying the heat, reducing heating cycle time.
For details, refer to the Miller warranty statement.
Induction heating offers a much faster time to temperature. The part reaches the desired temperature in a significantly shorter time
compared to traditional flame and resistance heating processes, allowing the job to get done faster.
Induction heating is a much safer heating process as there is no exposure to open flames or electrical resistance wires and less exposure to fumes compared to flame heating.
The faster heating time reduces costs due to less labour time, Plus there is no fuel costs or expensive ongoing inspection or audit costs associated with the Induction heating process.
Heating is maintained along and through the heat zone by using induction to heat within the material.
Compared to resistance heating, induction heating is easy to set up and pull down, making it versatile to go from job to job. Plus, it offers
the flexibility to fit a variety of pipe diameters and plate lengths. Various Induction cable configurations can be adapted to suit your specific application.
In-built diagnostics enables operating parameters to be available at the touch of a button and offers operator tutoring. On-board temperature control provides for manual or temperature based programming in a simple-to-learn operator interface.
With the Miller Pro-Heat, a part can be brought to temperature in a faction of the time, compared to traditional flame and resistance heating processes. It also holds the part at the specified temperature. It can be programmed to hold and soak for a specified period of time. Pre-heat time can be reduced by up to 75%. To put this in perspective, companies using the Pro-Heat have reduced pre-heating time from over two hours to just 30 minutes.
|Rated Output||Input Ampa at Rated Output||kVA/kW at Rated Output||Dimensions (mm)||Weight|
400 - 460 V, 3 Phase, 50/60 Hz CE
|5 - 30 kHz||35 kW at 100% Duty Cycle||60 A, 400 V||39/37|
(Power Source Only)