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Blast Cleaning

After the heat treatment of metal and steel components, it’s common to see the formation of an oxide layer or scale. Blast cleaning, specifically shot and grit blasting, is employed to combat these undesired formations and enhance the overall quality of the finished parts. Let’s explore the process, its benefits, and important considerations:

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Deep Freezing Cryogenic Treatments

Welcome to our exploration of the technical and practical aspects of cryogenic treatment of steel and aluminum parts. This technique offers manifold benefits, especially when applied after heat treatment. Whether you’re seeking to understand the theoretical underpinnings or the hands-on processes, we’ve got you covered.

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Mechanical Testing

Steel and aluminum are two metals ubiquitously used in various industries, from automotive to aerospace and construction to consumer electronics. One of the critical processes these metals undergo before final use is heat-treatment.
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ThermTech is at the forefront of providing normalizing heat treatment across a range of steel products, ensuring homogenized grain structure, enhanced machinability, and optimized response to subsequent heat-treating processes.
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Heat-treatment of metals, including steel and aluminum, is a method employed to modify their mechanical properties. However, during this process, mechanical deformation and the manifestation of stresses can cause parts to warp or bend. This distortion, often exceeding the acceptable tolerances in straightness and flatness, necessitates the straightening of these parts post heat-treatment.

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Stress Relieving

Stress relieving is a heat treatment technique commonly employed across various industries. This umbrella term encompasses a wide range of processes but at its core, aims to address the internal stresses present in metal parts.

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Jig Tempering

When working with thin plates and square shafts crafted from tool steels, the intricacies of their properties can lead to challenges during the hardening cycles. Warping is a common occurrence, which if left unaddressed, can compromise the utility and aesthetics of the final product.

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Final Stress Tempering

Steel dies, with their pivotal role in shaping materials into precise forms, must maintain a robustness and resilience against various operational stresses. Final Stress Tempering is an advanced technique that ensures steel dies not only meet their intended purpose but also prolong their service life.

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ThermTech—Experts in Austempering Stampings, Machined Parts, and Investment Castings

ThermTech, Inc. offers both small and large batch capabilities for austempering steel and iron investment castings. Between our neutral salt bath furnaces and our larger austempering furnaces, we have the capabilities to austemper a wide variety of stamping, machined components, and investment castings. We have run austempering on alloys from 1060 through 4340 to ductile iron machined parts.

Our dedicated team works with you to ensure we meet your specifications. Count on our decades of experience with hardening, tempering, surface heat treatments, vacuum treatments, and annealing. To learn more about our services, please contact us today.

Learn more about austempering and how ThermTech can serve you by watching these videos.

Request a free quote online or call us at 800-752-6917. You can also contact us online for all your austempering and heat treating needs.

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ThermTech’s quality policy is ZERO DEFECTS for all customer products and in all quality management system activities. Through our efforts to continually improve the quality of the work we offer, we’ve been recognized as being able to meet the rigorous quality standards required by several of our major customers. ThermTech is certified for ISO 9001 and AS9100 in both Metal Heat Treat and Metal Finishing.