Quenching and tempering

This process refers to hardening with quenching and subsequent tempering. In the first step, the workpieces are heated to the required hardening temperature. Quenching is then carried out in an oil or salt bath, where the maximum hardness of the selected material is reached. The final tempering process at lower temperatures sets the desired hardness or other mechanical properties of the workpiece.

Sustainability factor:
Thanks to state-of-the-art heating and burner technology, we ensure good energy efficiency throughout the entire process.

Very good serial reproducibility of results
Fully automated chamber furnace line enables 24/7 production
Very large dimensions can be treated in the pit furnace
Wide range of materials possible