WHAT IS INDUCTION BENDING?
High frequency induction bending, also known as hot bend, is a process of bending pipe using high temperature derived from high frequency induced electrical power.
The result is a localized and controlled temperature focused on a small area, or a ring of fire, around a pipe. When the optimized temperature is reached, the pipe is pushed hydraulically through the 'ring of fire, and using a stationary front clamp to guide the pipe to bend at the desired angle.
This method of bending allows the pipe to achieve the desired angle with minimum wall thinning compared to normal mechanical bend.
MACHINE & EQUIPMENT
- Size 6 inch to 24 inch
- Radius 3D - 10D (as per specifications)
- Thickness up to 50 mm
- Room temperature to 1200°C
- Various bevel angle (30°, 35° and as per client specification)
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