Inductotherm Channel Holding Furnaces combine high productivity with economical operation and provide a continuous supply of ready-to-pour metal 24 hours a day.
Channel Holding Furnaces are capable of holding large quantities of metal at low holding power levels for extended periods of time. Metal stored in the Channel Holding Furnace can be steadily fed from a cupola or batch fed from a coreless furnace and tapped into ladles in accordance with any particular production schedule. Melting can take place during off-peak energy demand periods and then be stored in the Channel Holding Furnace and tapped for production during on-peak hours. Using a variety of efficient inductors, Channel Holding Furnaces operate year after year with minimal maintenance. A full 80 percent of the vessel capacity can be used in order to maximize the volume available for either continuous or batch duplexing.
When to select a channel furnace?
Select channel furnaces when high production operations need a large throughput of metal, few alloy changes are needed, and when you need the holding capacity to shift melting operations to take advantage of off-peak energy costs or the lowest energy consumption in multi-shift operations.
|Up to 170 Metric Tons [187 Short Tons]
|Partial or Full Stanchion Frame and Tilt Cylinders
|PLC Control and Management Systems
|Single Loop, Water-Cooled or Air-Cooled
|Contact Inductotherm for Custom Solutions
|Easy Access Slag Door
|Various Back Platform Configurations
|Twin Loop, Water-Cooled or Air-Cooled
|High-Conductivity Copper Coil Tubing
|Lip Pour Design
|Spherical Dished Bottom
|Teapot Design Siphon Configurations
|Underpour Design Siphon Configurations
|Dyna-Flow™ Inductor Systems
|Lid Working Platform
|Water Cooling Drain Monitor
|Spouts Located Outside or Inside the Stanchion Pivots
|Inert Atmosphere Purge