Hardening shop

Hardening shop

Case hardening

Hardening refers to the sub-process in which the material being treated is quenched in oil or under gas following carburization.

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Hardening shop

Annealing

Annealing processes are intensive heat treatments. The goal is to obtain specific material properties that are suitable for subsequent processing steps.

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Hardening and tempering

Hardening and tempering is an end-to-end heat treatment process for components and is used to achieve a specified component hardness that is suitable for the intended use.

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Nitriding

The surface layer of components is enriched with carbon and/or nitrogen to obtain a high degree of resistance to wear and corrosion.

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Straightening

The surface layer of components is enriched with carbon and/or nitrogen to obtain a high degree of resistance to wear and corrosion.

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Blasting

Blast cleaning results in a measurable increase in the strength of the tooth flanks and tooth root, as well as increased hardness of the toothed parts.

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Quenching

Heat treatment consists of raising the austenitizing temperature followed by quenching that is appropriate for the material and the required properties.

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Material testing

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