Rochester, NY, August 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- GH Induction Atmospheres, part of the worldwide GH Group, has introduced a new series of 13 induction heating power supplies with a wide frequency range for increased flexibility. The SM Type Transithermic® Power Supplies cover 0.5 to 20 kHz with 100 to 800 kW output power; 100 kW output is available over the extended frequency range of 20 to 150 kHz.
With up to 90% efficiency, high reliability, and easy-to-use digital control, the SM Type Power Supplies are an ideal choice for both new installations and existing systems. "With the flexibility provided by the extended operating range," reports GH IA General Manager Steve Skewes, "SM Type power supplies will be quite popular as replacement power sources for many existing industrial heat treating machines."
SM Type Power Supplies features a modular design with plug-in power control cards. The power supplies utilize IGBT transistors and include a DCP (Digital Control Panel) with built-in diagnostics and optional kW/sec. monitoring. A series oscillating circuit offers high efficiency and easy load matching. GH transithermic power supplies can operate at variable frequencies; the frequency is automatically coupled to the load, in every application, within a wide range.
About GH Induction Atmospheres
GH Induction Atmospheres (GH IA) is a leading American provider of customized industrial heating solutions for automotive, aerospace, medical and energy production applications. GH IA is part of the GH Group one of the largest, most experienced induction heating companies in the world. With headquarters in Valencia, Spain, GH Group includes affiliated companies in the USA, Germany, France, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, India, and China. GH Group specializes in providing custom-designed production systems for industrial heat treating. With over over 4000 installations in more than 50 countries, GH Group has developed long standing relationships with companies such as GM, Ford, Chrysler, John Deere, Visteon, Bosch, CAT, Valeo, TRW, Audi, and GKN. For more information, please visit www.inductionatmospheres.com or www.gh.es.