Galvanic production is an element of industrial environment of many engineering companies and repair-recovery enterprises.
In the main the tubular heating elements are used for galvanic baths heating, but it brings a lot of problems:
- low reliability (fast and sudden failure of the tubular heating elements);
- decrease in heating power, scale deposits on heating elements;
- low fire and electrical safety;
- the need for ongoing monitoring and repair of equipment.
These problems can be avoided by replacing the tubular heating elements with induction boilers with indirect heating through an intermediate heat exchanger. In this case it is possible to heat and maintain the required temperature regime in any bath – with electrolyte, acid or water.
The induction heating method is fundamentally different from that used in tubular heating elements: the heat exchanger is heated in a variable magnetic field and heat energy is transferred from it through a coil pipe to a solution in a galvanic bath.
The principle of induction heating significantly increases the reliability and safety of galvanic production, and at the same time reduces operational costs of equipment.