Heaters for mounting
Incorrect mounting methods account for 16% of premature bearing failuresTo reduce the risk of incorrect mounting, SKF helped pioneer the use of portable induction heaters for bearing mounting applications in the 1970’s. Since that time, there have been many advances in technology and SKF has been at the forefront in developing safer, more efficient and user-friendly bearing induction heaters.
SKF induction heaters are probably the best performing heaters available. Their unique design typically consumes just 50% of the electrical power needed by most competitors’ bearing induction heaters to heat a bearing.
As a result, by using an SKF induction heater, the total cost of ownership is often significantly lower. Ergonomics and safety are also an important consideration for operators. SKF induction heaters are equipped with design features that make them easy to use and safe. Bearing support arms reduce the risk of the bearing toppling during heating, and ergonomically designed yokes help reduce operator fatigue. In addition, the unique remote control enables the operator to control the heater at a safe distance from the hot bearing, enhancing operator safety.
Heaters for mounting
The benefits of SKF Induction Heaters
Efficiently heating bearings and work pieces, both large and small
Electric hot plate
Thermostat controlled bearing heating
Portable induction heater
A portable bearing heater weighing only 4,5 kg (10 lb)
Small induction heater
High heating capacity of up to 40 kg bearing
Medium induction heater
High heating capacity of up to 120 kg bearing
Large induction heater
High heating capacity of up to 300 kg bearing
Extra large induction heater
High efficiency,induction heater with 1 200 kg bearing heating capacity
Multi-core induction heater
A flexible heating solution for very large bearings and workpieces
Induction heaters for non-bearing applications
Specially designed to heat solid workpieces.
Mounting bearings using heat
Incorrect mounting methods account for 16% of premature bearing failures