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Vacuum furnace - Wikipedia

At temperatures below 1200 °C, a vacuum furnace is commonly used for the heat treatment of steel alloys. Many general heat treating applications involve the hardening and tempering of a steel part to make it strong and tough through service. Hardening involves heating the steel to a predetermined temperature, then

Vacuum Heat Treatment - ALD Vacuum Technologies

Annealing • Hardening • Tempering • Aging • Case hardening. to achieve a higher strength of the material, better wear resistance or to improve the corrosion behaviour of the components. All of these processes need a temperature up to 1.000 °C and higher as well as especially developed furnaces to achieve such ranges.

Vacuum Hardening High-Strength Steels: Oil Vs. Gas Quenching

Aug 24, 2007 Vacuum heat treatment offers an alternative method to traditional salt-bath and controlled-atmosphere furnace hardening techniques for high strength steels, such as AISI 4340M and 300M. However, heat treaters must be prudent when choosing between oil and gas quenching for vacuum hardening of

Vacuum Furnaces & Heat Treatment Technology - SECO/WARWICK

Parameters: single-, double- and multi-chamber batch and bulk furnaces, in horizontal and vertical configuration, low-, medium- and high vacuum, radiant and convection heating, low- and high pressure (HPGQ) gas cooling in pressure up to 25 Bar or hardening in oil, full automation, computer control system. Compliance

Vacuum Heat Treatment - ALD Vacuum Technologies

Annealing • Hardening • Tempering • Aging • Case hardening. to achieve a higher strength of the material, better wear resistance or to improve the corrosion behaviour of the components. All of these processes need a temperature up to 1.000 °C and higher as well as especially developed furnaces to achieve such ranges.

Vacuum heat treatment - Bodycote Technical Glossary – Bodycote plc

Vacuum heat treatment is the cleanest and most environmentally friendly of all hardening methods and, as the size of furnaces has increased and computerised process controls are now standard, treatment economics are increasingly attractive.

Vacuum Heat Treating Furnaces and Vacuum Technology | Ipsen

Ipsen offers a complete line of innovative vacuum furnace equipment and vacuum software technology for a variety of heat treatment applications. technology and hundreds of installations worldwide, Ipsen's TurboTreater system continues to set the industry standard for fast cooling rates and high-pressure gas quenching.

Vacuum Heat Treating | Paulo

We have multiple large-capacity vacuum furnaces with a variety of quench gases including nitrogen, argon, helium and hydrogen. We offer a wide range of vacuum services, including: Hardening; Annealing; Pressure Quenching; Tempering. Our vacuum heat treat furnaces can handle: Rings up to 60” OD; Parts up to 50”

Vacuum furnace - Wikipedia

At temperatures below 1200 °C, a vacuum furnace is commonly used for the heat treatment of steel alloys. Many general heat treating applications involve the hardening and tempering of a steel part to make it strong and tough through service. Hardening involves heating the steel to a predetermined temperature, then

Vacuum Heat Treatment - ALD Vacuum Technologies

Annealing • Hardening • Tempering • Aging • Case hardening. to achieve a higher strength of the material, better wear resistance or to improve the corrosion behaviour of the components. All of these processes need a temperature up to 1.000 °C and higher as well as especially developed furnaces to achieve such ranges.

Vacuum Hardening High-Strength Steels: Oil Vs. Gas Quenching

Aug 24, 2007 Vacuum heat treatment offers an alternative method to traditional salt-bath and controlled-atmosphere furnace hardening techniques for high strength steels, such as AISI 4340M and 300M. However, heat treaters must be prudent when choosing between oil and gas quenching for vacuum hardening of

Vacuum Furnaces & Heat Treatment Technology - SECO/WARWICK

Parameters: single-, double- and multi-chamber batch and bulk furnaces, in horizontal and vertical configuration, low-, medium- and high vacuum, radiant and convection heating, low- and high pressure (HPGQ) gas cooling in pressure up to 25 Bar or hardening in oil, full automation, computer control system. Compliance

Vacuum Heat Treatment - ALD Vacuum Technologies

Annealing • Hardening • Tempering • Aging • Case hardening. to achieve a higher strength of the material, better wear resistance or to improve the corrosion behaviour of the components. All of these processes need a temperature up to 1.000 °C and higher as well as especially developed furnaces to achieve such ranges.

Vacuum heat treatment - Bodycote Technical Glossary – Bodycote plc

Vacuum heat treatment is the cleanest and most environmentally friendly of all hardening methods and, as the size of furnaces has increased and computerised process controls are now standard, treatment economics are increasingly attractive.

Vacuum Heat Treating Furnaces and Vacuum Technology | Ipsen

Ipsen offers a complete line of innovative vacuum furnace equipment and vacuum software technology for a variety of heat treatment applications. technology and hundreds of installations worldwide, Ipsen's TurboTreater system continues to set the industry standard for fast cooling rates and high-pressure gas quenching.

Vacuum Heat Treating | Paulo

We have multiple large-capacity vacuum furnaces with a variety of quench gases including nitrogen, argon, helium and hydrogen. We offer a wide range of vacuum services, including: Hardening; Annealing; Pressure Quenching; Tempering. Our vacuum heat treat furnaces can handle: Rings up to 60” OD; Parts up to 50”