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Induction heating shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

We provide equipment that is used in ship yards around the world for the construction, repair and maintenance of all kinds of vessels.
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Some examples are: 

  • Deck and bulkhead straightening during construction
  • Straight welding of beams in double hulls
  • Paint and coating removal
  • Brazing of copper components
  • Hardening of large gears, winches and chains
  • Heat treatment of shafts
  • Pre-heating of valves prior to welding
     

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Induction heating - deck and bulkhead straightening
Induction deck and bulkhead straightening

Induction heating cuts deck and bulkhead straightening times by as much as 80 per cent compared to alternative methods.

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Induction heating - coating removal and paint-stripping
Coating removal and paint-stripping

Induction heating cuts coating removal times by as much as 90 per cent compared to alternative methods.

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Induction straightening

An EFD Induction Terac system ensures failsafe operation—it makes it impossible to overheat magnetic steel.

Induction heating - straightening

Induction heating is widely used to straighten ship decks and bulkheads.

Induction heating - straightening

For added ergonomic comfort, the handheld transformercan be attached to a balancer and suspended from a magnet or wire rope.

Induction heating - straightening

Terac works just as well on bulkheads and other vertical structures as it does on decks.

Induction heating - straightening

Operators can work with Terac within a 45m radius of the base unit. An optional extension unit lengthens the work area to a 60m radius.