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  • Induction Heat Treatment of Steel Bars
    Treating steel bars in order to enhance torsion characteristics, reduce alloy components, etc. has long been a well-known process. One traditional treatment process involves using continuous furnaces. However, the use of. continuous furnaces makes it extremely difficult to control and monitor
  • Corrosion Resistant Alloys, Metals & Steel
    As the chromium content rises in any stainless steel, so does its resistance to corrosion. Of course, getting the proper mix of ingredients is only one small part of forging truly corrosion-resistant steel. Much of the rest has to do with other treatments, including heat treatment and surface
  • Hardening steel pipe segments (sleeves)
    Induction is used in a process to harden a steel pipe segment to improve wear-resistance. Disappointed with low quality levels in a previously outsourced process, the customer uses induction to bring the heat treatment and the control of the end-product quality in-house.
  • How to Automatically Monitor the Condition of Vessels and Furnaces to Avoid Leaks or Identify Dangerous Outbreaks
    Refractory-lined vessels and furnaces are common in industrial applications such as petrochemicals, steel production, processing, and heat treatment. However, over time, refractory deteriorates to a point where it has to be relined.
  • INFRARED PROCESS IMAGING SYSTEMS FOR VERTICAL CONTINUOUS ANNEALING LINES
    The continuous annealing line is used to modify the grain structure of steel through heat treatment, changing properties including hardness and strength. The process involves several stages, focused on controlled heating and cooling to produce steel with the required qualities. Accurate temperature
  • Infrared Process Imaging Systems for Vertical Continuous Annealing Lines - Application Note
    The continuous annealing line is used to modify the grain structure of steel through heat treatment, changing properties including hardness and strength. The process involves several stages, focused on controlled heating and cooling to produce steel with the required qualities. Accurate temperature
  • Understanding the Difference Between Annealing and Tempering
    hardness and has not been annealed yet to relieve its properties. Material can also be tempered through cold rolling and not heat treatment. We will primarily be discussing the effects with stainless steel in this article but most of the concepts apply across a broad range of metals.

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