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  • Materials Machineability Chart

    1.5-2.5% Pb 1.5-2.5% Mn* This alloy can be inconsistent to machine and is tough on tools. Drills more like steel than a copper based alloy. Often chosen for its hardening characteristics after Heat Treat. Composition: 97.7% Cu 1.9% Be 0.4% Pb

  • Materials Machineability Chart

    1.5-2.5% Pb 1.5-2.5% Mn* This alloy can be inconsistent to machine and is tough on tools. Drills more like steel than a copper based alloy. Often chosen for its hardening characteristics after Heat Treat. Composition: 97.7% Cu 1.9% Be 0.4% Pb

  • ECDIS Hardware and the Integrated Bridge

    The marine industry's mandated transition to the Electronic Charts Display and Information System is a revolutionary development in ships' bridge systems. In this white paper, we show you how technological advances are aiding in modularization of bridge systems, and particularly how a new technique

  • B Machine Products - Machining Tips - Engineering Design Tips - Engineering Tips - Mechanical Tips - Repair Tips - Metal Working Tips

    of the designer? I still don't know, but we had to add the extra cost, and lead time, to heat treat these parts. Tip: Know what materials are commercially available and use these when possible. The shaft mentioned above brings to mind another situation. The designer specified a thread

  • Medical Device Link .

    , or even to dispense patterns or shapes. Some applications require that a dispensed reagent be restricted to a particular area of a substrate with extremely repeatable accuracy. However, surface-tension factors can be designed into the process to help make it more forgiving. If the manufacturer treats

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    . Control system Prevalidation support packages are available with a sterilizer control system capable of meeting all FDA CGMP requirements. The Frontier 2000 system includes a 16-color LCD, a 10-key pad for data entry, 12 preprogrammed function keys, and a 40-column impact printer. A 12-in. chart

  
Discussions about Heat Treat Chart
  • Re: Heat Treatment

    When you heat treat something it is very hard and brittle, tempering means you let the material cool and then reheat at a very low temp for a certain amount of time.Charts can be found anywhere.This takes the brittleness out of the material.Annealing takes the material up to it's original heat treat...

  • Re: Selecting the Right Steel for the Application

    Jeev4 -- The factors you mention tensile strength, etc., are relatively unimportant in the selection of steel for most applications. So for the moment just ignore the charts that show properties and all the alloy types. As your engineering and design work becomes more sophisticated yo...

  • Re: Heat Treatment on Drawing (8620)

    The spec sheet provided by Sapper is correct as far as it goes, but here is some advice you should keep in mind. 1) 8620 is low carbon and as such it will be sold in the unannealed state in the USA and Canada. (despite what the link provided by Sapper says). If you buy it as hot rolled bars, it...

  • Re: Does Laser Cutting Harden Mild Steel?

    I think islookar got us a good start on this. I can't answer the question with anything to hang my hat on. But a little sideways exploration may be informative. In the Blacksmith world there is a good bit of messing around with a process called "Superquench". Here's a web page that talks about i...

  • Re: Shear cutting titanium wire -force req? blade material?

    OK, thanks Tornado. I found from the chart that: 1. By adding to the published 900MPa max tensile strength (for Ti 6Al/4V) a 20% overkill factor and then multiplying by the 80% of tensile strength for shear strength noted on page 4, I am looking at 864MPA for my shear cut, which converts to 12...

  • Re: .40 Carbon Steel Brinell Hardness vs. Tempering Temperature

    Lets tackle thos questions Isti80. How to find out if the carbon content in the steel is the right amount I wanna use for a job, is it given by the heat number? The heat number format varies by supplier. In the US AISI SAE grade system, the last two digits of the grade designator are the m...

  
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  • Round and Flat Profile Heat Pipes Cool Hot Components

    Flat Heat Pipes for Electronics Cooling from Advanced Thermal Solutions The new ATS heat pipes transfer component heat to heat sinks with minimal temperature difference. They also distribute heat efficiently across the length of heat spreaders. Liquid in the heat pipe turns to vapor by absorbing heat and removing thermal energy from hot component surfaces. The vapor travels to the cold end of the pipe where it releases latent heat and condenses back to liquid. The liquid returns to the hot interface along an internal copper wick to provide continuous thermal management. The cold end of the copper heat pipe attaches easily to most heat sinks, providing effective cooling when a heat sink can’t be applied directly on a heat source. All heat pipes are easily hand or machine-shaped to meet application needs. They can be friction fit, clamped, soldered, or adhesively attached. Each model in the new heat pipe series has been characterized by ATS for both thermal resistance and maximum heat transport capability. The transport property is determined as a function of the working temperature and the pipe’s angle of inclination. Every heat pipe consists of a sealed copper tube, internal copper wick structure, and distilled water as its working fluid. Round profile heat pipes come in lengths from 200-300 mm and diameters from 4.0-8.0 mm. Flat profile heat pipes range in length from 100-250 mm, widths from 8.2-10.5 mm, and heights from 2.5-4.5 mm. Weights range from 8-33 grams. They are effective in temperatures ranging from 30-120°C. Other fluids and sizes can be accommodated with custom heat pipe designs by ATS. The heat pipes are available separately from ATS or in thermal solutions integrating the company’s widely-used Push Pin and maxiFLOW heat sinks The new heat pipes have no moving parts and require no maintenance. They can be ordered online at Qats.com or by calling Advanced Thermal Solutions: 781-769-2800.

  • Alfa Laval wins SEK 50 million oil and gas order in the UK

    LUND, Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News: Alfa Laval (STO:ALFA) - a world leader in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling - has won an order to supply compact heat exchangers to an offshore platform in the UK. The order is worth approximately SEK 50 million and delivery is scheduled for 2014. The Alfa Laval heat exchangers will be used for various duties, such as cooling, heating and condensation, in the processing of heavy crude oil on board the platform. "This is anot

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    New thermoelectric material, tetrahedrite, a naturally occurring mineral, non-toxic and super efficient conductor that turns waste heat into power, goes on sale by Alphabet Energy. Converting heat into electricity has not gained much popularity, mainly because scientists have failed to find the right material that can conduct electricity without conducting …The post Cheap and Efficient Thermoelectric Material Turns Waste Heat Into Eectricity appeared first on The Green Optimistic.

  • Ipsen Launch New Heat Treatment Blog with Video Tutorial on Leak Detection for Vacuum Systems

    When working with vacuum heat-treating systems, a number of maintenance questions can arise. One of Ipsen’s most common Ask an Expert questions concerns finding leaks and their effect on the...

  
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Despatch is a proven supplier of Drop Bottom Solution Heat Treat Furnace Systems with over 180 systems designed, installed and certified worldwide over the past 75 years. The Aerospace, Military and Automotive industries rely on Despatch as a low risk supplier of this type of equipment. Designed for heat treating large and small batches of aluminum parts, from castings to thin wall aerospace components, the systems usually include a bottom-load furnace with glycol and/or water only quench tanks...

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Batch Mixing System Pre Heat & Surface Treat

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