For more than 30 years CEIA has been manufacturing Inductive Heating Systems, achieving great experience in the field, and carrying out continuous R&D activities. CEIA says for heating treatment, its generators perfectly adapt to hardening applications, surfacing hardening and annealing, with the area and the heating depth dependent upon the coil geometry and on the exposure time to the magnetic field.
The entirely solid state devices applications vary on the basis of the working frequencies in CEIA series 1800, 900, 200, 50 and SA. CEIA says its up-to-date electronic technology and the use of advanced components provides very high efficiency (greater than 95%).
Among the range of CEIA induction heaters are the Power Cube SA/80 Generators Series with 150, 100, 75, 50 and 25 Kw Power. The SA/80 Generators and Network Matching (Heating Head) hardware design combined with a state-of-the-art power and control electronics allow an extremely high conversion efficiency and therefore a high reliability and low operating costs.
CEIA says its embedded microprocessor control system is based on a wide feedback signals network, that allows a fine coil voltage and current control, and guarantees the consistency and accuracy of output power generation, suitable for highly repeatable production processes.
Automatic output matching to wide load impedance
The SA/80 Generators adaption system to the load is fully automatic. The operator does not have to carry out any type of mechanical operation on the generator or on the heating head. The Autolearn function provides a fully automatic process for selecting the best Generator parameters, maximizing conversion efficiency at each set point power. This reduces the set up time and associated costs. A wide 7” high-resolution touch screen panel allows the operator to access programming function parameters quickly. Learn more about CEIA at Booth 604 at Fastener Fair USA 2020.