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Induction postheating refers to all processes in which a metal is heated by induction after its transformation. This method allows to correct the defects coming from the previous treatment. Induction postheating is also used to improve materials treatment after extrusion..

The main advantages of induction postheating:

  • Speed and control of treatment process

  • Reduce the risks of parts deformation

  • Localised heating

Some examples of applications…

Induction postheating solutions are used in many industries such as electrotechnical, automotive, cables, piping, etc. The main functions of this solution are corrosion-resistant protection and the tin reflow.

Industries related :


Aeronautics industry

Cable manufacturing

Tube and pipe industry