Adjusting the flow of raw water maintains the quenching liquid in the collection tank at a constant temperature, so the consumption of raw water is more tightly controlled when the material is run at a reduced or cyclical load. The main components in a quenching circuit are made of stainless steel to prevent any risks of corrosion and the standard filtration threshold is 35µm.
CELES GDs feature a compact design so they can be installed close to the heating equipment. The groups provide the ideal trade-off between the volume of quenching liquid and height of the gravity filter's return flow (500 mm) matching the working height of the workpiece input machinery.
CELES CELINE uses inductor technology created by assembling low-loss composite conductors. The technology was developed based on Fives' experience in producing high-intensity magnetic fields generated by multilayer coiling where single-layer inductors cannot inject the required power levels.
It can inject surface power into the product of up to 4 to 6 MW/m2 – six times higher than conventional inductors.
With electric efficiency measured at 85% above the Curie point (compared to the usual 50-65%), it drastically cuts electricity costs.
A very compact footprint on the line: A 90 mm billet provides 1 injected MW per meter of inductor.
It generates virtually no magnetic field in the environment close to the inductor, whose emissions ratings are consistently below European standards
Since 1967 and the first aperiodic generator, the company has been developing new power sources with ever-increasing performance by integrating its skills and know-how in electromagnetics, electricity and cooling.