10 Indel Avenue
PO Box 157

Rancocas, New Jersey 08073




(800) 257-9527


(609) 267-3537


Joseph T. Belsh
VP of Sales

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Company Description

Inductotherm builds induction melting, holding, heating and pouring systems for virtually all metals, including gray and ductile iron, steel, copper and copper-based alloys, aluminum, zinc, reactive metals and precious metals. As the world’s largest manufacturer of induction equipment, only Inductotherm can offer reliable and effective systems for all your melt shop needs.

Company History

Henry M. Rowan started Inductotherm Corp. in 1953 with his first sale of a 60 pound induction melting furnace that he made in his garage in New Jersey. After the success of his initial endeavors, Mr. Rowan moved Inductotherm to our present facility in Rancocas, NJ in 1961. Inductotherm’s superior engineering and innovative design led to advances that stunned the industry and enabled it to outdo companies many times its size. With the success of Inductotherm, and recognizing that the world market needed more advanced induction melting equipment, Mr. Rowan extended the sale of his equipment and services into Europe, Australia, India, Japan, China, and beyond. We are continually working to provide our customers with the most advanced products in the industry today. Our advanced technology and innovation will allow us to maintain our clear leadership in induction and automation technologies.

Company Mission

We give you the competitive edge by providing the best in customer service, quality and reliability, value, design and technology.

Products and Services

We design and manufacture the most advanced melting, heating, holding and pouring systems for virtually all metal and material processing including, gray and ductile iron, steel, copper and copper-based alloys, aluminum, zinc, reactive metals, precious metals, silicon, and graphite heating, as well as numerous other special applications.

We also design and manufacture a complete line of induction equipment for melting, heating, coating, galvanizing and galvanealing on a continuous basis, primarily for the steel industry.