Induction Forging Inconel Billets

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Forging Inconel Billets

Objective To heat inconel billets to 2050°F (1121.1ºC) for a forging process.
Material Small inconel billets 0.39” OD, 0.7” length (.99mm OD, 17.8mm length) with ceramic crucible 1.0” OD, 0.7” ID, 1.4” length (25.4mm OD, 17.8mm ID, 35.6mm length); large inconel billets 0.5” OD, 1.0” length (12.7mm OD, 25.4mm length) with ceramic crucible 1.25” OD, 0.87” ID, 1.37” length (31.8mm OD, 22.1mm ID, 34.8mm length)
Temperature 2050°F (1121.1ºC)
Frequency 226 kHz
Equipment • Power of 20kW induction heating system equipped with a remote workhead.
• An induction heating coil designed and developed
specifically for this application.
Process A four-turn helical coil is used to deliver uniform heat to the inconel billets. Both size billets heat to 2050°F (1121.1ºC) within 12 seconds.
Results/Benefits Induction heating provides:
• Uniform and repeatable results
• Flameless

Forging Inconel Billets

Forging Inconel Billets

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