Electricity consumption of 1 ton medium frequency induction furnace
The electricity consumption of the medium frequency induction furnace is related to many conditions, and any one of the conditions changes, the electricity consumption will be different.
- The electricity consumption of the medium frequency induction furnace has a certain relationship with the heating power, heating material, heating temperature and the density of the heated metal of the intermediate frequency furnace. Large heating power saves electricity, and vice versa; heating material is closely related to heating temperature. For example, the heating temperature of aluminum, copper, steel, and iron is different, so the electricity consumption must be different.
- Forging and heating 1 ton of blanks and casting heating 1 ton of blanks, both heating 1 ton of blank metal, but the power consumption is very different. Mainly because the heating temperature is different, the forging heating is 1200 degrees and the casting heating is 1650 degrees.
- Different metals use different electricity for melting. The following is the electricity consumption for 1 ton of metal melting:
Cast iron melting 1450ºC medium frequency furnace power 600Kw 1 ton medium frequency furnace power consumption is 580kwh/t
Cast steel melting 1650ºC medium frequency furnace power 600Kw 1 ton medium frequency furnace power consumption is 635kwh/t
Cast aluminum melting 700ºC medium frequency furnace power 300Kw 1 ton medium frequency furnace power consumption is 600kwh/t
Cast copper melting 1200℃ medium frequency furnace power 600Kw 1 ton medium frequency furnace power consumption is 470kwh/t