Induction Dryer/Curing Heater
Induction Dryer for Strip Heating Applications
Set up for vertical or horizontal installations, induction dryers are used for drying and curing strip. Most steel-coated products require some type of finish coating depending on the requirements of the end user. Dryers are applied in different sections of strip processing lines, with induction being the preferred method due to the precise temperature control and heat uniformity. The following are some examples of coatings that need to be dried before continuing through the line:
- Resins Coating
- Anti-finger Coating
- Polymer Coating
- Organic Coating
- Chromate Coating
- Acrylic Coating
- Epoxy Coating
- Chrome-free Coating
- Dry Lubricant Coating
- Pre-phosphate Coating
- Passivation Coating
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Induction Dryer for Post Treatment of Strip
Our induction dryers include everything you need to dry your strip, conveniently in one compact system. These dryers are typically utilized on CGL and ETL (Electric Tin Reflow Line) lines.
Paint Curing Dryer
Designed specifically for galvanized carbon steel, our paint curing dryer includes all the components necessary to dry or cure the coating. This compact equipment features a large inductor mechanical opening, excellent thermal tightness, and an open-style (doorless) inductor. These systems are typically utilized on CGL and CCL lines.
Varnish Curing Dryer
The varnish curing dryer is designed for electrical steel. The varnish dryer includes all the components necessary to dry or cure the coating in one compact system, featuring a large inductor mechanical opening, excellent thermal tightness, and an open-style (doorless) inductor. These systems are typically used on ACL lines.
Successful Start-up of Two 350T Hot-Dip Galvanizing Pots for Automotive Line at European Steel Strip ProducerOct 16, 2013 by Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic
Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic successfully started up the Phase Two galvanizing equipment for an automotive line at a major steel producer in Europe. Learn more.