Induction drying


Drying consists of providing heat to accelerate evaporation of volatile organic compounds present in an item. For example the ones present in water, solvents in paints, etc.

Drying is a process used in the manufacture of a wide range of products. The fields where we can apply induction are those that require direct or indirect heating through a metallic element.


  • Direct: automotive disc brakes
  • Indirect: drying of paper

There are several methods to achieve the drying process, such as microwave, infrared and electrical resistance. However induction offers a number of advantages over these methods.

Induction drying advantages

  • Energy saving.
  • Reduced processing time.
  • Temperature control.
  • Localized heating.
  • Possibility of integration into production lines.
  • No contact.
  • Improved working environment.

Industries related to this process are automotive, industrial applications, oil and gas.

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