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The heat treatment like metal anneal, diathermanous shaping, high frequency quenching, metal high frequency jointing, medium smelting, high frequency soldering and brazing, heat smearing, heat plastic encapsulation, Induction Annealing, Bar end Induction heating, Induction Billet heating, Induction Bonding, Induction Brazing, Induction Curing of powder or aqueous coatings, Induction Forging, Induction Forming, Induction Getter Flashing, Graphite Suscepter Induction Heating, Induction Hardening, Induction Melting, Induction Normalizing, Induction Outgassing, Induction Preheating for Galvanizing, Induction Shrink Fitting, Induction Soldering, Induction Tempering, Pre-Owned Equipment etc.
Heating and slow cooling of a material for reducing hardness and brittleness. Typically, the material has been hardened either through working or shaping rather than from an induction hardening process.
Typically heating of solid bars of steel for pressing, hammering, or working into a shape to be machined into a final component.
An attachment process that typically joins two metals together using a thermo set adhesive. A common use for bonding is the adhesion of body panels to reinforcement structures in automobiles.
Joining of two or more items using a melted high temperature soldering material. The objects to be joined together and the braze material are both heated using high frequency induction.
Heating of a component prior to applying a covering material that requires heat for melting, fusing, and adhesion to the component. A typical use for coating is the application of epoxy the the surface of rebar used in buildings and roadways.
A drying process of a component that has had an applied paint or coating.
Expansion For Shrink Fit
Heating of a component to promote expansion. Typically the expanded object is placed on a second component. When the heated component cools it shrinks back to the original size providing a "shrink fit".
Heating of a material to change the shape. A typical application is tube heating to form a raw forging for machining to a final component.
Semi Solid Forming
Forming a component from a material that is not yet melted, but is soft enough to be formed into a new shape with a press and precision die.
Heating and slow cooling of a component to relieve stress that has occurred in a previous process such as welding or forming.
Heating for the purpose of achieving full hardness of metal in a shallow depth along the surface of the processed area. The hardened surface provides the basis for a wear surface while leaving the body of the component soft.
Heating and slow cooling of a material for reducing hardness and brittleness. Typically, the material has been intentionally hardened either by an induction or furnace heating process.
Heating a component or zone on a component completely through the cross section of the material rather than hardening only a surface area.