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Individual heating solutions

At the point where others give up, we are just warming up.

Due to the attractive combination of speed, resistance, control, and energy efficiency, the targeted use of induction heating offers major benefits in many production processes across a range of sectors. The potential areas of application and possibilities are practically unlimited. TRUMPF Hüttinger acts as an experienced partner for you in planning and developing efficient, customized heating processes. Regardless of how complex your requirements are, we will work together with you to develop the ideal solution. We will only be satisfied when we know that you are too.

Low investment expenditure

Feasibility study with minimal investment expenditure

Optimized production process costs

Greater efficiency and lower costs due to optimized heating process

Tailored solutions

Solutions which are tailored to your production setup

Decades of experience

You can rely on our experienced engineers!

Induction heating by TRUMPF Hüttinger

Solutions for all applications

Conventional applications
  • Hardening, annealing
  • (Cable) heating
  • Melting
  • Shrinking
  • Drying
  • Gluing
  • Sealing
  • Tube welding
  • Soldering
  • Heat treatment
  • Bonding
  • Forging
  • Softening
Special applications
  • Crystal pulling
  • Epitaxy 
  • Zone refining 
  • Skull melting 
  • Inductively coupled plasma 
  • Capacitively coupled plasma

Development of induction processes


Step 1: Analysis
  • Material properties and process environment analyzed 
  • Process parameters analyzed, such as start and end temperature, surface quality, geometry, heating and cycle time, thermal isolation, etc.
Step 2: Prepare the possible solutions

Laboratory testing:

  • Boundary conditions defined and incorporated
  • Application tests prepared and set up
  • Power supply adjusted
  • Temperature measurement systems and control systems adjusted
  • Test inductor produced

Numerical simulation with COMSOL:

  • 2D or 3D model created taking into account the component geometry and surrounding geometry
Step 3: Test phase and optimization

Laboratory testing:

  • Test inductor adjusted and optimized
  • Electrical and thermal parameters defined
  • Inductor geometry defined

Numerical simulation with COMSOL: 

  • Calculations performed
  • Model adjusted and optimized
  • Field patterns created (temperature, magnetic field, etc.)
  • Electrical and thermal parameters defined
  • Inductor geometry defined
Step 4: Implementation
  • Results documented
  • Individually developed application implemented in your production sequence
  • If desired: commissioning on site
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