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HARDENING

HARDENING

HEAT TREATMENT
 

HEAT TREATMENT

  • hardening
  • tempering
  • hardening after carburizing and cyaniding
  • annealing
  • hardening of tool steels
MACHINES
 

MACHINES

CONTINUOUS FURNACES

SELAS 1 and REMIX ATE-100 Heat Treatment Line

Volumetric hardening and hardening after carburizing and cyaniding with a layer of 0,03÷0,5 mm thick
and surface hardness up to 820 HV.
Max. working temperature 870ºC, max. detail weight 20 dkg
Strip width 280 mm, chamber height 80 mm.

SELAS 3
Tempering.
Max. working temperature 600ºC, max. detail weight 20 dkg
Strip width 500 mm, chamber height 50 mm.

SOLO
Soldering with copper or brass.
Max. working temperature 1150ºC.
Strip width 150 mm, chamber height: 30 mm.


CHAMBER FURNACES
PEK-2B
Tempering. Max. working temperature 600ºC

POK-73
Annealing in boxes covered with cast-iron chips
Max. working temperature 850ºC

AKS 600/25
Hardening of tool steels
Chamber dimensions ø 300 x 420. Max. working temperature 1200ºC

QUALITY CONTROL
 

QUALITY CONTROL

  • VICKERS diamond testing machine
  • ROCKWELL hardness testing machine
  • MATSUZAWA AMT-X7PS microhardness measurement set with a cutting-off machine, press and polisher for preparing samples

The guarantee of high quality services is:

  • Continuous furnaces equipped with systems of controlling, monitoring and registering of all heat treatment parameters;
  • Top-ranking specialists with long-lasting work experience;
  • High quality of used media;

Implemented in 2004, used and permanently improved Integrated Quality Management System ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 allows us to control at every stage the production process and the quality of media used in order to live up to customers’ expectations and requirements.

An additional asset of the Company is AQAP (NATO Quality Assurance Requirements for Production) implemented in 2007.