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Air Products’ gas blanketing systems can help prevent metal oxidation during melting, which can help you reduce alloy costs and improve melt cleanliness and quality. If you want to boost production, our oxy-fuel systems can provide supplemental heating to rapidly melt the charge. The best solution for your process depends on many factors, such as your induction furnace’s operating parameters, goals and the current market conditions. Our applications engineers can help you implement tailored systems to meet your specific needs.

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Oxygen

Oxygen is required for any combustion process.  By supplementing or replacing combustion air with oxygen, overall combustion can be improved through increased heat transfer, higher flame temperatures and reduced volume of flue gases.  As a result, you can achieve greater fuel efficiencies and increase production rates.

Oxygen is required for any combustion process.  By supplementing or replacing combustion air with oxygen, overall combustion can be improved through increased heat transfer, higher flame temperatures and reduced volume of flue gases.  As a result, you can achieve greater fuel efficiencies and increase production rates.

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Oxy-fuel Systems

Our oxy-fuel systems for supplemental heating in induction furnaces can boost production by helping you rapidly melt charge material. These systems can help you increase production rates without buying a new furnace or increasing transformer capacity. Since our systems can boost melting capacity without changes to the existing induction furnace, they can also help reduce specific electricity consumption.

Our oxy-fuel systems for supplemental heating in induction furnaces can boost production by helping you rapidly melt charge material. These systems can help you increase production rates without buying a new furnace or increasing transformer capacity. Since our systems can boost melting capacity without changes to the existing induction furnace, they can also help reduce specific electricity consumption.

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