Also named martensitic or quench hardening, neutral hardening is a heat treatment used to achieve high hardness/strength on steel. It consists of austenitising, quenching and tempering, in order to retain ...
... applications of induction hardening include gears, shafts, axles, cam lobes, stampings, and spindles, mostly symmetrical parts. Induction hardening is used to strengthen a specific area of a part. Single ...
... . Double hardening also involves hardening a carburised part twice whereby the first hardening is carried out from the hardening temperature of the core part, and ...
Heat transfer treatment performed on the entire plate down to the steel core, with mechanical hardness, firmness and resistance for a long-lasting mold.
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