Annealing is a heat treatment process that changes the properties of a material to increase ductility and reduce hardness by improving ductility and eliminating internal stress.
Brazing (Carbide inserts)
A heat treatment joining process that traditionally uses copper or nickel to adhere to dissimilar metals in which molten filler metal flows into the joint.
Cold Quenching method to increase the toughness and transform austenite to martensite.
A localized heat treatment controlled by heating and cooling of a metal or alloy in order to obtain a set of desired metallurgical properties.
Oil Quench & Temper
Harden surface while retaining core ductility used to carburize. Oil is used to slow the cooling rate reducing the amount of distortion.
Heat treatment in a vacuum environment to provide no oxidation and lower porosity when used in FUSIONbond® process.