Induction Heater or Bearing Heaters are the same. Bega develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of BETEX. induction heaters for professional use in industry and industrial services. Our induction heaters are used around the world, are reliable and user friendly. Standard and TURBO heaters (low frequency) are used to heat bearings and other transmission components for mounting purposes.

An induction heater is a device that uses electromagnetic induction to generate heat in a conductive material. Induction heating works by creating a high-frequency magnetic field that induces electrical currents (eddy currents) within the material being heated. These currents flow through the material and generate heat due to the resistance of the material to the electrical current.

Induction heaters are commonly used in industrial applications for heating and melting metals, as well as for brazing, annealing, and surface hardening. They are also used in cooking appliances, such as induction cooktops and rice cookers, where they provide fast and efficient heating.

Induction heaters can be designed to operate at different frequencies depending on the material being heated and the desired heating rate. They are typically more efficient and precise than traditional heating methods, such as gas or electric heating, and can provide faster and more uniform heating.


  • Safety first!
  • Environmentally friendly: no smoke, no open flames, no fumes, no oil waste.
  • The energy saving alternative to traditional methods.
  • Evenly distributed heating: the microprocessor controlled electronics prevent overheating and explosive heating.
  • Robust design for working in industrial environments.
  • For sealed (2RS-ZZ) and pre-lubricated bearings.
  • Automatic power reduction.
  • Automatic demagnetisation to <2A/cm.
  • Automatic reheat mode.
  • Unique, user-friendly swivel-arm construction.
  • Suitable for continuous use (24/7).
  • Designed for MRO and OEM departments.
  • 3-year warranty on electronic unit.
  • Large choice from STANDARD and TURBO series, from 3.6 to 100 kVA.
  • TURBO models: high output, very energy efficient.
  • Practical solutions based on more than 38 years of experience.
  • Complying with CE and IEC requirements.

What is an induction heater?

Induction heaters typically consist of an induction coil, a power supply, and a cooling system. The induction coil is usually made of copper tubing and is used to create the high-frequency magnetic field that induces the eddy currents in the material being heated. The power supply provides the necessary electrical current to the coil, and the cooling system is used to dissipate the heat generated by the coil and the material being heated.

The heating process with an induction heater is very fast, typically taking only a few seconds or minutes to heat a material to the desired temperature. It is also very controllable, as the heating intensity can be adjusted by varying the power supplied to the coil. The heating process is also very clean, as there is no direct contact between the heating element and the material being heated, which eliminates the risk of contamination or oxidation.

Induction heating has many advantages over traditional heating methods, such as gas or electric heating. It is more energy-efficient, as it only heats the material being processed and not the surrounding environment. It is also more precise, as the heat can be directed precisely where it is needed. Additionally, induction heating is safer and more environmentally friendly than traditional heating methods, as there are no open flames or harmful emissions.

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