Hardening Plants

In a fascinating high-tech environment, we are specialists and complete suppliers of inductive hardening systems and frequency converters. From project planning, development, design and production to comprehensive after-sales service, we offer solutions tailored precisely to your needs, such as hardening and tempering.

The range of services is rounded off by auxiliary units such as recooling systems, measuring and control systems, washing systems as well as loading and unloading equipment. An optimal design of the individual components, as well as a first-class process development/process optimization are our claim as hardening machine manufacturer.

Our 70 years of experience and our success in the market speak for themselves. We have over 10.000 induction heating systems in continuous operation worldwide, which we support with a global 24/7 hotline service.

We would be pleased to introduce you to our classic induction hardening systems. Talk to us, our Hardening Plants Expert Team is at your disposal with words and deeds!

Vertical Hardening Machines

Vertical hardening machines by EMA Indutec can be used universally and flexibly in all common, inductive procedures within a wide range of different applications. Due to its modular construction, the machine guarantees
a customized adaptation to specific requirements such as flow rate, weight of work piece and degree of automation.

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Portal Hardening Plant

Inductive systems of portal hardening for the hardening of large-diameter sleeve bearings and gear rings designed for industrial gear units, wind energy plants, hauling or earth-moving machinery and lifting technique.

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Calibration hardening

To reduce tedious and costly post-production work on surfaces that have already been hardened, we have worked intensively and successfully over the last few years on calibration hardening in connection with induction-heating and subsequent inductiontempering.

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Fixture hardening

EMA Indutec developed a new inductive hardening and tempering process which combines the benefits of induction heating and hardening with the benefi ts of a press hardening process. Especially automobile manufacturers increasingly require components with higher accuracy for use in sophisticated applications.

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