vacuum heat treatments
Heat treatment is performed to improve the mechanical properties of metals. The vacuum ensures uniform heat distribution within the chamber, facilitating process control.
In this way, we can obtain components of the highest quality, which are therefore able to withstand very high mechanical and thermal stress.
Heat treatment is particularly suitable for the production of components for the automotive and aerospace industries, i.e. all sectors that require highly stable and resistant metal elements.
Here are some of our treatments:
A process that undoes the effects of any previous treatment.
A process that uses thermal shock to transfer the mechanical properties of metal superheated to room temperature. It is used to increase the hardness of the material.
Heating followed by cooling at a controlled speed to reduce the brittleness induced by hardening, but at the expense of some of the hardness.
Reduces excessive brittleness and residual austenite in medium carbon steels.