What is induction heating?
Induction heating is to place the workpiece in an inductor, which is generally a hollow copper tube with intermediate frequency or high frequency alternating current (300-300000Hz or higher). The alternating magnetic field generates an induced current of the same frequency in the workpiece. The distribution of this induced current on the workpiece is uneven. It is strong on the surface but weak on the inside. It is close to 0 to the core. Use this skin effect , The surface of the workpiece can be heated quickly, and the surface temperature will rise to 800-1000℃ within a few seconds, while the temperature of the core will increase very little.