Induction Solutions that build industries.
Inductotherm Heating & Welding designs and manufactures the world’s most technologically advanced systems for induction heating and welding.
Solutions from Banyard, iRoss, Radyne and Thermatool
Our Induction heating and welding equipments are used globally across many industrial sectors, for automotive, aerospace, railways, renewables, forging in production, pipe manufacturing and specialist engineering applications.”
Our solutions are effective, efficient and reliable – supported by a worldwide team of engineers and servicing professionals. With over 50 years of innovation in induction, we continue to lead the world in exceptional industrial metal heating and welding.
Find Your Solution
Induction heating technology for the extrusion industry.
Low-frequency induction billet heating and annealing for aluminium, steel, brass, copper and exotic alloys.
Industrial tube and pipe production equipment.
Induction welding, cutting and heating systems for tube and pipe manufacturers.
Specialist induction heating and coating for oil and gas pipelines and induction wire heating and annealing equipment.
Induction systems for civil engineering projects and automotive parts fabrication.
Low-frequency induction heating systems.
For stress-relieving, shrink fitting, preheating, annealing, normalizing, curing and friction welding of tube and pipe.
We tailor our induction heating and welding systems to meet challenging manufacturing requirements.Our knowledge and quality of service runs through our entire team: from our sales professionals and design engineers to our aftermarket spares and servicing crews.
We’ve developed a deep understanding of the manufacturing processes our customers use – so we can help industries thrive with custom-made tools.
What is Induction?
Inductotherm Group companies use electromagnetic induction for melting, heating and welding applications across multiple industries. But what exactly is induction? And how does it differ from other heating methods?
Induction heating equipment requires an understanding of physics, electromagnetism, power electronics and process control – but the basic concepts behind induction heating are simple to understand.