The inductive UMH process (Uniform Magnetic Heating) uses a low-frequency magnetic field for heating. Within this alternating magnetic field, components can be uniformly monitored and heated in a low-tension manner.

The UMH process is suitable for the following applications:

  • Pre-heating/post-heating
  • Reduction of internal stress
  • Shrinking
  • Demagnetization
  • Heat treatment before forming


pro-beam offers three system types for various component sizes, with S-, M- and L-Lines. In addition, there are also various configuration levels possible upon request. These machines can be used as an integrated module or as a standalone system. This ensures a high level of flexibility when integrating UMH systems into industrial production processes.

The compact UMH S-Line is commonly used as an integrated module in interlinked systems (e.g. pro-beam Gearline). It offers perfect conditions for heating smaller components such as gear wheels for the automotive industry.

Alternatively, the UMH L-Line was designed for workpieces up to 30 kg and the L-Line was designed for large components with a weight of up to 50 kg. Both machines can achieve temperatures in the workpiece up to 500 degrees Celsius.

At a glance

  • Compact and energy-efficient system
  • Precise and reproducable
  • Flexible and efficient
  • Ideal for integration into laser and electron beam systems

S-Line technical data

Machine Power:
30 kW
Workpiece dimensions:
Height: max. 99 mm; Diameter: max. 200 mm
Workpiece weight:
≤ 4 kg

M-Line technical data

Machine power:
50-73 kW
Workpiece dimensions:
Height: max. 350 mm; Diameter: max. 350 mm
Workpiece weight:
≤ 30 kg

L-Line technical data

Machine power:
50-110 kW
Workpiece dimensions:
Height: max. 550 mm; Diameter: max. 550 mm
Workpiece weight:
≤ 50 kg

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