Vacuum induction melting furnace (VIM)
Current scenario of high technology growth circles around revolution taking place in material technology. The advanced technology demands for purer and light weight material which can give strength and durability. The answer found is adopting vacuum induction melting and casting techniques. Invent of Induction technology has further taken forward the material revolution.
HHV has taken to develop this modern facility to all the up-coming industry like space, aircraft, material melting and casting where high purity and strength devices are required with high precision. HHV has started addressing to meet the needs not depending on import equipments and at reasonable price.
The introduction of super alloys, the manufacture of jet engine parts started rush for vacuum induction for melting heat resist mate alloys which contain large amount of reactive elements such as aluminum, titanium and found to have superior service life and reliability when melted in vacuum. VIM technology assures all entrapped gas removal, alloys and super alloy has close tolerance, slag free melting and required surface accuracy.
HHV has done its national duty by manufacturing range of VIM as big as 1000 KG melting and casting capacity to as small as 5 Kg required for R& D as well as for the production with facility to melt, cast and gadgets to add metal, measure temperature, to take out sample for testing of chemical composition without breaking vacuum. HHV has also developed VIM with vacuum and high pressure units for making special steel required for tools.
HHV’s success lies in close relation with industries and meeting the requirements to the customer satisfaction.
Vacuum Induction Melting and Casting FurnaceHHV’s Vacuum Induction Melting (VIM) has a reliable process and very versatile. It can be used for producing a wide range of materials, including special alloys that are cast for high value...