Miller's ProHeat 35 offers a cost-effective heating process that can deliver fast and consistent heat for various applications. Applications that would typically require hours to heat can be done in a fraction of the time utilizing Thermal Tech & Temp's induction heating products connected to the Miller ProHeat 35.
The ProHeat 35 Induction Heat Systems solve ongoing pre-heat and stress-relieve problems. This user-friendly, cost-effective heating process delivers quick and consistent heat for a multitude of different applications such as welding fabrication and construction, pre-heating of welds, post-weld heat treatment, coating removal, shrink fit applications, and so much more.
Applications that would typically take hours to heat can be done in minutes using the Miller ProHeat 35. In addition to being simple and efficient, the ProHeat 35 solves many key issues in today’s industry. Not only does it not produce exposure to burns and fumes typically associated with open flames and electrical resistant wires, but it also produces less particulate from overheated insulation that is caused by high-temperature electrical wires and ceramic pads.
Our unique manufacturing method of induction ovens and furnaces allows for a uniform preheat and stress relief of materials that you don't see in other induction ovens. This is especially beneficial for some metals, such as aluminum or stainless steel parts, that cannot be heat treated through direct induction.
All of our induction heat clamps and clam shells are custom built and can be fixed and adjusted to best suit your application. Ideally, induction heat clamps are suited for large diameter rotation when using submerged arc or manual metal arc but are also suited to small diameters.
Thermal Tech & Temp’s induction blankets are custom-made to fit any application you made need. They are also able to be reconfigured without ever needing to use a pegboard, which therefore eliminates the safety hazard of needing to add wood products to your design.
Liquid-cooled coils provide a highly versatile tool for preheating, stress-relieving, hydrogen bake out, and post-weld heat treats in a variety of pipe diameters. Great for preheating application on geometrics that prevent the use of air-cooled blankets. On-board temperature control provides for manual or temperature-based programming in a simple-to-learn operator interface. Uniform heating is maintained along and through the heat zone by using induction to heat within the material.
Air-cooled cables may be the right choice when the maximum preheat temperature is 400 degrees. Air-cooled cables provide the same flexibility as liquid-cooled cables for preheating. Utilized in applications where the part is an irregular, non-standard shape that needs the flexibility of wrapping the part.
The liquid-cooled induction head that is used with the Miller ProHeat 35, includes a thermocouple extension cable and cable cover. The rolling inductor is specially designed for heating moving parts. The optional mounting arm allows the rolling inductor to ride on the top or side of the pipe. Heating while rolling the pipe assembly allows for continuous fabrication. Compact and portable to configure around various pipe sizes throughout the fabrication shop.