Induction heating technology for hardening, tempering, annealing, at a specific location, for Brazing, tube welding, soldering, shrink fitting, degassing of lamp filaments, getter firing, curing, drying of paints, sintering, adhesive bonding, preheating of metals for forming operations, forgings, heading operations, upsetting operations. Induction heating Technology is the most modern method of various metal heating operations for the applications where fast/rapid heating of metals is a desired feature for various considerations. or the whole part needs to be heated rapidly to optimize power requirements and production requirements depending on the geometry of the work piece. The basic advantage of Induction heating technology is the ability to achieve fast heating/rapid heating at a controlled rate if desired, at a specific location and desired temperature level. Other benefit of Induction heating technology is that it can lend itself to automation and is easily operable by unskilled/semiskilled workforce / labour.

Power saving, Optimum power economy and neat, clean operating environment is the derived benefit of Induction heating technology. Induction case hardening/surface hardening eliminates the need of various intermediate metal treatment processes, like carburising, and reduces resultant distortion due to batch processing in high temperature furnaces.