No warm-up – Since all fo the power is going into the part and is only on while part is being heated.
This process does not use any gas or oil, No dangerous chemicals / fumes / or ambient heat. This means there is no heat loss when the equipment is idle or between parts. This also reduces worker fatigue
The part is heating uniformly. This allows much faster heating, reduce cracking and improves certain metallurgical and machinability characteristics. Therefore much less decarburization, scaling and loss of material due to scaling. This also means less scaling contamination in forging dies.
Not necessary to change heating frequency above Curie point temperature to obtain good efficiency.
Process lends itself well to automation – this, coupled with short heating time, provides very high production rates.
Good temperature control – Temperature is controlled and can be help typically within ± 25°
The equipment and controls are relatively simple and easy to understand, therefore machines have a high degree of up time.
Equipment is very safe – no unusually high voltages, no explosive gases, nothing hot except the work piece itself.
Versatility – For example, with quick changes in tooling and clamp position, the same machine could be used to heat 3/8″ diameter up to 2″ diameter bars, varying from 5′ to 30′ in length.