Induction Hardening is a form of Heat Treatment in which a metal component is heated by Induction Heating and then Quenched. The quenched metal undergoes a martensitic transformation, increasing the Hardness and Brittleness of the component. Induction Hardening is used to selectively harden areas of a component or assembly without affecting the properties of the component as a whole.
|1||Induction Hardening Machine||Inductotherm||250 KW||Medium Frequency||1 Nos.|
|1||Tempering Furnace||Quartet Thermal||1mtr.X1mtr.X1.5mtr.||700° C max.||1 Nos.|