What happens, why it’s done and how it benefits steel applications

Whether you’re looking for a material with wear resistance for a long service life, the ability to resist cracking following impact or a range of other characteristics, heat treating can draw out these qualities for optimal results and performance. If you think heat treating is a necessary step in your manufacturing process, this paper discusses some of the key concepts in the process.

We’ll cover:

  • Common heat treating steps
  • Why steel is heat treated
  • Heat treating and material applications

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