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August 17, 2018Temperature and time exert a significant influence on the properties that are developed in maraging steels during age hardening.
August 17, 2018AFC-Holcroft, Wixom, Mich., announces that Mincon Group, headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, has purchased two separate and complete batch-style integral-quench heat-treatment lines.
August 17, 2018EFD Induction, Madison Heights, Mich., announces that a global leader in advanced steering and driveline systems has selected an EFD Induction HardLine system to anneal the thread area of its constant velocity (CV) joints.
August 17, 2018Constellium N.V., Amsterdam, has expanded its University Technology Center (UTC) at Brunel University in London with an R&D center to transition technology from the laboratory to its production facilities around the world.
August 17, 2018United Process Controls Inc. (UPC), Cincinnati, Ohio, and Praxair, Danbury, Conn., have formed a collaboration in which customers will have access to Praxair’s gases, application technologies, and supply systems, along with UPC’s portfolio of specialized industrial flow measurement and atmosphere-control products.
Abstract from HT Mexico: Uniform Heat Treatment and Quenching of Small Parts using a Rotary Retort Furnace
August 13, 2018When heat treating small parts, the Rotary Retort furnace provides several advantages over the conventional belt or basket conveyor.
August 08, 2018Novelis Inc., Atlanta, announces it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Aleris Corp., Cleveland, for approximately $2.6 billion including the assumption of debt.
August 02, 2018Contamination of quench oil has long been an overlooked problem within organizations that do metal heat treating, by both commercial and OEM companies.
August 02, 2018Thermal cycling of maraging steels between the martensite finish (Mf) temperature and a temperature considerably in excess of the solution-annealing temperature can be used to refine the grain structure of coarse-grained maraging steels.
August 01, 2018Terves Inc., Euclid, Ohio, announces that it has broken ground on a 12,000 sq. ft. expansion to its magnesium foundry, which will enable further growth of capabilities in metal processing, heat treatment, and machining.