Equipment strategically engineered for virtually every steel melting operation; including foundries, investment casting shops, mini-mills, and vacuum melting operations.
Inductotherm plays a key role in the steel industry’s productivity revolution by building technologically advanced production systems for steelmakers and steel product manufacturers worldwide. Inductotherm builds induction melting systems used in many steelmaking applications.
These include melting steel scrap to produce a variety of steels and steel castings. Inductotherm offers equipment to make stainless steel, alloy steels and master alloys for the casting industry and various applications including billet, shot, powder, castings and other specialty applications.
Our high power density, heavy steel shell coreless furnaces and efficient VIP® power supplies are leading a productivity revolution in high-production foundries.
Together with Inductotherm automation technologies for material charge drying/preheating, furnace charging, alloy batch preparation, computer control, fume collection and lining removal, these systems are increasing casting production while reducing energy and labor costs.
Advanced Solutions for Automation in Steel Melting
Inductotherm scrap drying and automated charging systems enhance safety and keep pace with melting operations. High-capacity heavy steel shell coreless melting furnaces assure a steady supply of on-specification molten steel, while our Meltminder® computer systems allow furnace operators to manage melting operations more precisely and safely while automating the collection of key performance data.
Recognizing that working on a melt deck is hard and sometimes dangerous, Inductotherm developed equipment that is designed to keep people away from molten metal. The ARMS™ (Automated Robotic Melt Shop) system is designed to perform all the dangerous melt deck operations such as slagging, temperature taking, metal sampling, making alloy additions, and verifying proper grounding.