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the heating of a conducting material caused by an electric current induced in it

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So consumers using induction heat must use cookware containing iron.
Roller operating temperatures possible with induction heated systems range up to 788 [degrees] F (420 [degrees] C), meeting both low- and high-heat application requirements.
Induction heat treatment of a ISO C45 steel bar: Experimental and numerical analysis.
All closures and scoops are manufactured in food grade Polypropylene and are supplied with liner material for either glued-in or induction heat seal wadding.
All closures are manufactured in food grade Polypropylene and are supplied with liner material for either glued-in or induction heat seal wadding.
To cover the Midwestern United States, GH IA has hired Scott Berry - an induction heat treating sales professional with over 30 years of experience.
Dawson were contracted to supply a bottle unscrambler, a 'Rotary' rinsing unit, a 'Compact' filling and capping machine with 15 filling heads and five capping heads, together with induction heat sealing, labelling and associated bottle conveyors.
In a move into the use of polybottles on their milk filling line, the Hammoudeh Food Industry Company, based in Amman, have purchased a Dawson Compact 9/3 filling and capping machine as part of a filling line, which also incorporates an induction heat sealing capability.
Phil Bond has been named managing director of Burnley, U.K.-based Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd.
Induction heat treating gives designers and manufacturers greater process flexibility which, in turn, translates into cost saving advantages.
Tokuden has added a cooling function to Induction Heated Jacket Roll.