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Electricity is remarkably versatile in terms of its potential uses, but some industrial processes will be difficult to decarbonise irrespective of Europe’s overall decarbonisation strategy. Cement, steel and plastics manufacturing, in particular, pose major challenges. The bulk of cement emissions at a modern production facility, for example, are so-called ‘process emissions’ stemming directly…

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Our Applications Laboratory – The Gold Standard

Our Applications Laboratory – known in the industry as THE LAB – is where we solve our customers’ most challenging heating applications. Dr. Girish Dahake, Sr. Vice President of Global Applications, leads a worldwide team of elite engineers who are uniquely qualified to assist you with your most challenging heating applications. We have locations in the United States, United Kingdom and The…

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The technical potential of large and industrial heat pumps

Heat pumps are considered large if they exceed capacities of 100kW. They can easily reach the one to several megawatt range with the largest units providing 35MW in a single machine.  

Currently…

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Top 10 Facts about Electromagnetic Processing

Electromagnetic processing technologies use wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum that correspond to microwave, radio waves, infrared, and ultra violet to heat materials. Direct heating methods generate heat within a work piece, by either passing an electrical current through the material, or inducing an electrical current (eddy current) into the material. These technologies offer…

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Introduction: Electro-heat technologies

Electromagnetic processing technologies use wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum that correspond to microwave, radio waves, infrared, and ultra violet to heat materials. Direct heating methods…

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Actuators: Solenoid beats Pneumatics

Case study highlighting the cost benefits of electromagnetic actuators versus pneumatic systems. This covers investment costs as well as energy costs over life time, hence a full TCO (total cost of ownership) approach. The case study is based on a real example from Kendrion.

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Heatpumps: vision vs. reality

 

Vision vs. reality – why political intervention is essential to unleash heat pumps energy savings potential in industrial and commercial applications.

Buildings need a comfortable indoor…

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Metal-to-Plastic Insertion with Induction Heating

All you need to know about heat staking Metal-to-Plastic. From inserted material to available heating time and power required to reach desired temperature. Plus self-explanatory figures on methods used for inserting with induction heat and temperatures, time and power required for different materials: Provided by Ambrell Applications Lab.

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Induction Heating of Nanoparticles

A research paper describing the use of induction heating of nanoparticles as well as how it works. This process is currently used in cancer treatment, known as hyperthermia.

Submitted by Ambrell, a specialist for induction heating, you can find out more about inducton heating and its applications by visiting them at the world’s leading trade fair Hannover Messe 2016. Visit Ambrell 25-29…

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