Comparing Induction Systems
Know how much power you are paying for
Many customers choose UltraFlex power supplies for their ability to perform at full-power across a wide range of applications as well as for the services that UltraFlex provides.
Several low-cost induction power supply companies sell products with misleading names, numbers, and claimed power outputs. The actual heating-power output of these low-cost machines are often 5 to 10 times lower than the claimed power output. To illustrate the difference, we have analyzed the performance of UltraFlex power supplies versus those of a low-cost competitor, based on the published specifications of the machines.
See the comparisons below to see how UltraFlex outperforms its competitors, in terms of both machine performance and valuable service.
|Models||UltraFlex 15kW||UltraFlex 5kW||UltraFlex 2kW||Low-Cost 15kW||Low-Cost 40kW|
|Claimed Power Output kW||15kW||5kW||2kW||15kW||40kW|
|Actual Power Output |
Calculated across a
Wide range of coils
|UltraFlex 15kW||Ultraflex 5kW||UltraFlex 2kW||Low-Value 15kW||Low-Value 40kW|
|Free Application Testing|
|Operate at Full Duty Cycle|
|Air-Cooled Power Supply|
|Wide Full-Power Tuning Range|
|Easy Matching to Coils|
|Separate Frequency Tuning|
|Wide Frequency Operating Range|
|Full-Power Operation Across Applications|
|Unit rated for real power-to-load|
|Full support for Application Development|
|Purchase Equipment from Manufacturer|