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Most European foundries were destroyed during the World War II, and were being rebuilt using large capacity, high powered, line frequency, coreless induction furnaces as the prime melters.
Thus, the high powered, medium frequency coreless furnace became the preferred choice in new melting equipment.
For many years, it was believed that the temperature rise in a single loop inductor was too high and that these inductors would probably never be successful for high powered applications.
When these throughputs are compared to an industry average of about 7500 tons per inductor, it may be concluded that properly designed high powered single loop inductors present an advantage over conventionally designed inductors.
Increasing the channel depth or implementing the use of dry vibrated refractories were not the only changes that enabled these high powered inductors to achieve the aforementioned throughputs.
refractory thickness between the bushing and the loop was considered inadequate for high powered inductors.

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