Vacuum Induction Melting Systems

Inductotherm Vacuum Induction Melting (VIM) Furnaces are designed specifically for operation in high vacuum environments and include vacuum-adapted construction methods and the industry’s most advanced coil and connector dielectric insulation technologies and procedures. Because VIM furnaces must withstand the harsh environments that vacuum and controlled atmospheres often create, Inductotherm relies on our 65+ years of experience. As the principal supplier of induction furnaces and power supply units for the world’s leading vacuum system manufacturers and precision investment casters, we know that our equipment is up to the challenge.

Our furnaces range from small vacuum furnaces with capacities measured in grams to giant vacuum furnaces with capacities of 60 ton and more. Our VIP® Power Supply Units as large as 6,000 kilowatts have been built specifically for vacuum melting applications. Two- or three-phase unidirectional stirring for precise chemistry and temperature consistency are also available.


Inductotherm Corp.

10 Indel Ave., P.O. Box 157 Rancocas, NJ 08073-0157


Standard FeaturesOptional Features
Vacuum Melting FurnacesPlug-type Power Leads
Power Feed-Thru Assembly
Air-Cooled Power Bus
Coaxial Power Feed-Thru Assembly
Magnetic Iron Shunt Package
VIP® Power Supply Unit

Tech Specs

CapacitiesFactory Tested
1 Kilogram to 30 Metric Tons [2.2 Pounds to 33 Short Tons]Critical Components
Click here to contact Inductotherm for Custom Solutions

Induction Furnaces Most Often Used In Vacuum Chambers

Types of Furnaces Most Often Used In Vacuum Chambers
Heavy Steel Shell Furnaces
Small-capacity Steel Shell Furnaces
Dura-Line® Furnaces
Box Furnaces
Coax Furnaces
Double-Trunnion Furnaces
Nose-Tilt Furnaces
Tilt-PourTM Furnaces

Related Resources

Related Products