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The only difference is the source of heat and the temperatures of the tool. The induction process heats within the part and the resistance process heats on the surface of the part. Depth of heating depends on the frequency. High frequency (e.g., 50 khz), heats close to the surface, while low frequency (e.g., 60 Hz) penetrates deeper into the part, placing the heating source up to 3 mm deep, allowing heating of thicker parts. The induction coil does not heat-up because the conductor is large for the current being carried. In other words, the coil does not need to heat-up to heat the workpiece. Induction heating system components Induction heating systems can be air- or liquid-cooled depending on application requirements. A key component common to both systems is the induction coil used to generate heat within the part. Air-cooled system A typical air-cooled system consists of a power source (5kW or 25kW), induction blanket, and associated cables. The induction blanket consists of an induction coil surrounded by insulation and sewn into a high temperature, replaceable Kevlar sleeve. This type of induction system can include a controller to monitor and automatically control temperature. A system not equipped with a controller requires the use of a temperature indicator. The system could also include a remote on-off switch. Air-cooled systems can be used for applications up to 400 degrees F, designating it as a pre-heat only system. Liquid-cooled system Because liquid cools more efficiently than air, this type of induction heating system can be used for applications requiring higher temperatures, such as high-temperature preheating and stress relieving. The principle differences are the addition of a water cooler and the use of a flexible liquid-cooled hose that houses the induction coil. 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