Induction tube bending technology was first introduced to the market in the 1960s. The use of high-frequency induction heating to achieve the highly sought-after precise control of steel tube bending provides faster and more robust results for many industries. This tube bending technology is immediately available on the market Had an impact.
Since then, with improvements in shape and size, as well as advancements in the ability to bend with small radii, induction bending technology has developed significantly. The bending process is continuous and highly automated from beginning to end. Through these improvements, the heating and cooling conditions of narrow-section steel pipes can be precisely controlled to ensure a more stable quality and shape.
The latest CAD technology allows the use of multiple curves in the structure, so that various structures can be freely designed and created, such as pedestrian bridges, bridge foot arches, stadium roof beams, railway stations, sports/recreation halls, educational institutions and community facilities, etc. .
Induction bending technology is used in various industries and has advantages over cold bending, including extremely precise processing of hot bending, ensuring that any springback that affects the bending radius and angle can be minimized to ensure stable dimensional accuracy; free forming processing, no need Bending mold, processing any bending radius or angle; small radius bending of steel pipe.
The induction bending technology is preferred because the use of elbows instead of elbows can reduce labor costs in factory pipeline construction, while reducing the number of welds required, thereby reducing welding and inspection costs. The pipeline quality has also been improved, because most of the pipeline defects are related to welds.
Today's induction bending technology ensures that the manufacture of pipes meets all required application specifications, and fully considers the design and manufacture of materials.
The advancement of induction tube technology has improved the material strength characteristics of the elbow; the use of high-strength steel to develop high-grade elbows for thin-walled high-strength products; and the improvement of the bending process.