Casting temperature of MF induction furnace
The MF induction furnace is an induction heating device that uses the principle of electromagnetic induction to heat and melt metal, and is a commonly used heating device in the mechanical thermal processing industry. The heating temperature of the MF induction furnace is a very important influencing factor for casting.
- Most of the intermediate frequency melting furnace casting is hot mold casting. Before molten metal enters the mold, the mold must be preheated to increase the mold temperature to a certain range.
- The temperature of the investment casting mold shell is more accurately controlled than that of the metal mold.
- Control the pouring temperature, also called the furnace temperature. The pouring temperature is generally measured by a contact temperature controller or a handheld temperature measuring gun.
Non-ferrous metals generally use contact temperature control; steel and other metals use hand-held temperature guns to measure temperature.
- The thermocouple controls the specific temperature. The thermocouple must be checked regularly. This is an important measure to ensure the quality of castings.