Coreless Holding Furnaces
Like Channel Holding Furnaces, Coreless Holding Furnaces maintain a continuous supply of metal ready to pour twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
When to use a coreless induction holding furnace
Select a Coreless Holding Furnace when holding requirements cover one or two shifts per day, are less than seven days per week, or when the need to change alloys is required.
Inductotherm coreless induction holding furnaces offer many advantages
Coreless holding furnaces combine high productivity with maximum alloy flexibility. Compared to a channel holding furnace, it requires significantly lower capital and installation costs. Our coreless holding furnaces can be emptied to handle alloy changes on short notice and do not require energy-wasting off-shift holding.
Advanced options for increasing efficiency and productivity
Inductotherm coreless holding furnaces with an optional Mini-Heel® Coil feature uses our patented extension of the inductor coils below the bottom level of the molten metal. This greatly increases electrical efficiency at low metal levels and permits continuous duplexing with as little as a 10 percent heel. This allows a full 90 percent metal volume usage when duplexing, increasing both throughput and productivity.
|Capacities||350 Kilograms to 100 Metric Tons [770 Pounds to 110 Short Tons]|
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|Standard Features||Large Access Panels|
|Steel Shell Protection|
|Ground Leak Detection|
|Optional Features||Load Cells|
|Integrated Fume Ring|
|Fume Collectors and Hoods|
|Back-Tilting, Nose-Tilting and Pre-Tilting Systems|
|Safety Pit Guards|
|Push-Out Lining System|
|Additional Mini-Heel® Coil Feature||Patented Coil Extension|
|Factory Tested||Critical Components|