Youngstown, OH – Induction Professionals announces its select participation at a major technical conference in the Sunshine State regarding its innovative equipment used in the induction heating process. The equipment is designed to save customers more than $1 million in electrical costs while increasing competitiveness in today’s changing market.
The Youngstown-based company provided a detailed technical presentation at the Twelfth International Aluminum Extrusion Technology Seminar & Exposition, Extrusion Tech (ET): A Clear Vision for the Future, in Orlando, Florida. ET 2022 is a comprehensive technical event that addresses virtually every facet of the aluminum extrusion industry through its quality programming. The seminar has a reputation for a commitment to excellence that is highly respected by those in the aluminum extrusion industry. Delegates from around the world gather to hear about the latest industry developments from the brightest minds in business and academia.
Chosen to be part of that high-caliber presentation group was Thomas Kearney, President of Induction Professionals. The presentation highlighted the 60Hz line frequency high efficiency billet heater, developed by the company. By redesigning the equipment used in the induction heating process, Induction Professionals has found a way to save a company at least 23% of the direct cost of electricity in their heating process.
In addition, the equipment offers enhanced capabilities for manufacturers to compete in the new greener energy-focused environment emerging today. That translates into reduced costs, reduced carbon footprint, and more sustainable energy.
“A typical company can save more than $1 million during the life of its heating equipment based on direct energy costs; not including demand charges,” said Induction Professionals’ President Tom Kearney. “This is a huge savings in utility costs for an energy-intensive heating process. The prototype operated 24 hours a day, for over 350 days a year, for 3 years before “A typical company can save more than $1 million during the life of its heating equipment based on direct energy costs; not including demand charges,” said Induction Professionals’ President Tom Kearney. “This is a huge savings in utility costs for an energy-intensive heating process. The prototype operated 24 hours a day, for over 350 days a year, for 3 years before routine cleaning.”
About Induction Professionals: Located in Ohio Works Industrial Park in Youngstown, Ohio, Induction Professionals has been in business for more than 20 years. The company builds and repairs induction heating and melting equipment for companies in the United States and the European Union. In addition to repairing and supplying equipment, the company offers a broad range of design services and application specific consulting and engineering services, with over a century of combined experience.
This equipment was also recently featured in Light Metal Age, a leading trade publication. Click here to download the full article in pdf form.
For more information contact F. Thomas Kearney at firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.inductionprofessionals.com