500 gms & 1 kg gold melting Induction
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500 gms & 1 kg gold melting Induction

SHAPET INDUCTION CO. have much years experience with precious metals sector thus developed this induction system for Jewelry manufacturers and goldsmiths. It runs on Induction principle, Absolute homogeneous alloying and uniform metal distribution with reduction in metal losses is achieved due to uniform temperature controlling which avoids the skin effect in SHAPET Induction Systems. 

SHAPET Induction system is available in two different capacities 1Kg and 2Kg for your convenience of better melting. Both this systems have capability to work in auto mode or manual mode for the convenience of melting and temperature controlling. As chilling unit is standard equipment

Power Supply Single Phase
Voltage 230 V AC
Absorbed Power 3.7 KVA
Capacity of Crucible 500 gms & 1 Kg 24 Carat GOLD
Maximum Temperature 1200 degree
Melting Time 7 to 8 min.
Temperature Measurement Digital/k type
Cooling Water Temperature 19 to 35 degree
Water Pressure 2.5 Bar
Maximum Water Flow 3 ltr/min
Weight (With Chilling Unit) 140Kg with chilling plant
Dimensions (mm) L x B x H   
Induction Furnace (in mm) (L X W X H) 440 x 440 x 480MM
Chilling Plant (in mm) (L X W X H) 440 x 440 x 560MM
  †  Brimful Capacity  †† Under Standard Condition
» Fully automatic control
» Automatic power regulation
» Easy to install
» Feather touch controls; Simple in operation
» All safety precautions provided
» Heat and power loss reduced
» Less power consumption
» Reduce metal loss
» Safe & Easy operation
» Continuous Melting of Metal with chilling plant
» Convenient layout
» Perfect mixing of alloys due to auto stirring
» Economical and efficient in operation
» No products of combustion or waste product
» Increased productivity
» 80% Income Tax Depreciable for energy saving flamless device
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