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Hardening
Hardening

Hardening methods include differential, classical, or dual frequency progressive induction chosen for the specific customer requirement. Quenching methods include water, air mist, forced air and sub-zero cryogenic in liquid nitrogen for maximum reduction of retained austenite.

Equipment
  • Five dual coil progressive induction hardening units with ultra low frequency allow for 60/60, 60/6000, 600/1200, or 600 cycle with capacity to 1020 mm diameter x 7620 mm overall length.


  • Three selas gas fired furnaces with capacity to 1625 mm diameter handle either work roll or back up roll hardening requirements.


  • Six quenching stations providing radical water, air, mist, and forced air. Two cryogenic units are capable of –120° C.
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