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SWP-HT 30KHz-60KHz Medium Frequency Induction Heating Machine

Posted By: cn-jkz

Date: Fri, 27 May 2022

Price: $500.00

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https://www.cn-jkz.com/products/swp-ht-induction-heating-machine.html



SWP series are JKZ's newly designed and manufactured induction heating power supplies.


The HT version of SWP series equipment uses IGBT as the core component. The equipment frequency covers the range of 30~60KHz. The maximum single machine power up to 500KW. The latest full digital control circuit and touch screen are used.


The operating system of this ultra high frequency induction heating machine a more powerful condition monitoring system with reliable and stable wiring and simple maintenance. The equipment can be equipped with a variety of remote control methods, thereby greatly reducing the difficulty of automatic control. It runs fully automatically under the control of external systems such as PLC.


The induction heating transformer adopts a double ratio design, which can be better compatible with different sizes of workpieces, so that the SWP-HT series equipment is suitable for induction hardening, induction welding and other applications.


Specifications of SWP-HT Medium Frequency Induction Heating Machine


Model SWP-30HT SWP-40HT SWP-50HT SWP-65HT SWP-80HT SWP-100HT SWP-130HT SWP-160HT SWP-200HT SWP-250HT SWP-300HT SWP-400HT SWP-500HT
Input Voltage AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V AC 3P380V
Input Current AC Current (A) 46 60 76 100 120 150 200 243 303 380 258 607 760
Inverter Output DC Current(A) 60 80 100 130 160 200 260 320 400 500 600 800 1000
Output Power(KW) 30 40 50 65 80 100 130 160 200 250 300 400 500
Working Frequency(KHZ) 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz 30KHz-60KHz


JKZ is a professional heating machine manufacturer, we provide induction heating machine china, induction heating unit, swp 500, swp machine, etc. Contact us to know induction welding machine price or buy induction heating products .



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