Inductotherm Heating & Welding Ltd

Applications from Banyard, iRoss, Radyne & Thermatool

Inductotherm Heating & Welding designs and manufactures a broad range of induction heating and welding equipment from its production facility in Basingstoke, Hampshire in the UK.

Bringing together the European divisions of Banyard, Radyne, Thermatool, Alpha and iRoss we serve a wide range of metal industries from Tube and Pipe manufacturers to Offshore Pipeline engineering, Aluminium extrusion producers, Spring Wire Line producers for automotive production and many more.

Inductotherm Heating & Welding has a rich history spanning over 50 years and our reputation is firmly rooted as leaders, experts and innovators within our induction field.

At Inductotherm Heating & Welding we pride ourselves on bespoke solutions to meet customer requirements. We have a highly qualified and skilled workforce from the Sales team through to the Design Engineers and After-Market Spares and Servicing who provide quality services and products that both work, are reliable and are consistent. Our history has allowed us to develop a deep understanding of manufacturing processes which is the cornerstone to our solutions.

Inductotherm Heating & Welding is part of the global Inductotherm Group which offers advanced technology for the engineering, manufacturing and service of thermal processing equipment used in the melting, heating, heat treating, forging, galvanizing, coating, cutting and welding of metals. Inductotherm Group brings together 40 companies with 38 manufacturing facilities located in 23 countries, producing 10 world-leading product brands.

Inductotherm Group delivers innovative products throughout the world. For all the latest news follow us on our social media platforms or contact us.

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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?

To the typical engineer, induction is a fascinating method of heating. Watching a piece of metal in a coil turn cherry red in a matter of seconds can be surprising to those unfamiliar with induction heating. 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.