Latest Tempering Stories
Cryogenic tempering is growing in popularity as manufacturing margins shrink and companies pursue new cost saving methodologies, with an average of 300% longer life on wearable components obtained
Manufacturers and industrial operations in Illinois seek increased life for metal components through cryogenic tempering, an extension of the heat treatment process for wearable components that
There has been great advancements in the development of the high-strength steel and the need for additional enhancements continue to grow.
Can-Eng Furnaces International Limited has been awarded a contract to design, manufacture and commission a large capacity Continuous Mesh Belt Atmosphere Heat Treatment System for Koelner Łańcucka
By Soliman, Mohamed Palkowski, Heinz Two Mo-Nb microalloyed transformation-induced-plasticity (TRIP) steels, with Al contents of 0.23 and 0.65, were subjected to several hot-rolling conditions designed to generate different ferrite morphologies and grain sizes.
Regulatory News: To meet increasingly strong global demand for quenched and tempered (Q&T) steels, SSAB today announced a SEK 5.3 billion investment program to further develop the company's production base in Sweden and the United States.
By Tartaglia, John M Lazzari, Kristen A; Hui, Grace P; Hayrynen, Kathy L This study was conducted to compare the hydrogen embrittlement (HE) resistance of austempered 4340 steel with quenched and tempered (Q&T) 4340 steel with an identical yield strength (YS) of 1340 MPa (194 ksi).
By Trabadelo, V Iturriza, I The microstructure of powder metallurgy T42 high speed steel has been analysed after isothermal annealing.
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