Induction technology – efficient and resource-saving
In an inductive heating system, metals are heated by means of an electromagnetic field that acts directly on the material to be heated – without combusting fuels such as gas or oil.
By deciding to invest in induction technology, our customers help save fossil fuels, reduce CO2 emissions and make a significant contribution to the green transformation of the metals industry. Using green electricity can even make the operation of induction heating plants entirely carbon-free.
Many induction furnaces are used as scrap melting units. In this way, they help to recycle metals many times over, making a significant contribution to the circular economy and the reuse of valuable resources.
Due to our comprehensive engineering expertise, decades of practical experience and innovative capacities, Induga is a worldwide leading supplier of technology for inductive melting and casting of metals.
Otto Junker is one of the biggest employers in the region.
About 650 employees are part of the Otto Junker family – some of them already in their third generation.
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