• Efficient
  • Direct heating
  • CO2-free
  • Resource-saving

Virtual Reality Safety Training on Coreless Induction Furnaces


Melting, holding and casting of metals

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.

Our plants at a glance

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  • PUMA ladle pouring machines for one-off and series casting

    Automatic, non-heated tiltable ladle system for highly precise pouring in series casting lines

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  • Channel-type furnaces

    Induction furnaces with furnace vessels heated by channel-type inductors

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  • Crucible-type coreless furnaces

    Cylindrical induction furnaces consisting of coreless crucible-type inductors

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  • Low-pressure casting machines

    Pressurized induction furnaces for upward metal casting

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  • Pouring furnaces for vertical continuous casting

    Tiltable channel- or crucible-type furnaces designed to pour the metal from a forehearth into a vertical continuous casting mould

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  • Furnaces for horizontal continuous casting

    Furnace with a channel-type inductor flanged to a horizontal continuous casting mould

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  • Metal chips melting

    Furnace concept for efficient melting and recycling of damp brass chips

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  • Drum-type furnaces

    Drum-shaped induction furnace for copper production, especially oxygen-free DHP copper

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  • Strip coating pots

    Channel-type induction furnace of rectangular shape used as steel-strip coating pot

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  • Coating pots for batch galvanizing

    Induction furnace for batch-type dip-coating

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  • Pre-melting units

    Channel- or crucible-type furnaces used to produce coating alloys and transfer them directly to the coating pot

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  • Cathode melting furnaces

    Trough-shaped furnace with up to six inductors for melting NF metals, such as copper and zinc

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  • Plasma technology

    Plasma burners for ladle and tundish heating in continuous steel casting

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  • Indumat pouring furnace

    Pressurized multi-chamber pouring furnace

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  • Low-pressure casting furnaces for sand moulding lines

    Pressurized induction furnaces for bottom-poured sand moulds

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  • Storage furnace for aluminium alloys

    Pressurized furnaces used as storage units for aluminium

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  • Alloying furnaces

    Drum-shaped melting and holding furnaces

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