CAPABILITIESIntensive QuenchingBatch / Pit &
Continuous Case
Hardening, Normalizing,
Quenching & Tempering
Induction HardeningVacuum ProcessingSecondary Processing /
Eddy Current Testing /
QA Department
PORTFOLIOS Atmosphere Heat
Treating of Precision
Hydraulic Gears &
Overhead Crane
Components
Induction Heat Treating
of Spindles and Rings
for the Automotive
Industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Induction Hardening

Appropriate for applications ranging from armor plating and autoclaves to springs, saw blades, and mining machines, induction hardening is widely used for surface hardening steel, but can be used with other materials as well. At The Euclid Heat Treating Company, we work with additional materials such as metal powders, nickel cobalt alloys, beryllium copper, and aluminum. We feature 14 furnaces that can accommodate parts that measure 36" in diameter and 66" in length. Euclid adheres to ISO/TS16949:2009 standards, and we pride ourselves on being one of the largest, privately-owned, heat treating plants in the area. To learn more about our superior induction hardening services and how we can help you, please contact The Euclid Heat Treating Company.

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Track Bolt
Track Bolt
Track Bolt
Induction Hardening - Cog Wheels
Induction Hardening - Cog Wheels
Induction Hardening - Cog Wheels
 

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Specifications:

Industry Focus
Aerospace
Agricultural
Automotive
Heavy Equipment
Machine Tool
Metalworking
Railroad
Intended Application
Armor Plating
Autoclaves
Axles
Boilers
Castings
Cranes
Gears
Metalworking
Mining Machines
Nuclear Steel
Saw Blades
Springs
Tool and Die
Wire
Industry Standards
ISO -2002
International Organization for Standardization
TS 16949:2009                                                 AS9100C
Technical Specifications, used with ISO
Materials
Aluminum
Beryllium Copper
Metal Powders
Nickel Cobalt Alloys
Stainless Steel
Steel
Titanium
Tool Steel
Hardening Methods
HARDENING (up to 2250°F)
Hardening via water-quench, oil-quench, forced- or still-air quench, or aging results in improved mechanical properties, hardness, and toughness of the alloy material.
Induction
A widely used process for the surface hardening of steel. The components are heated by means of an alternating magnetic field to a temperature within or above the transformation range followed by immediate quenching. The core of the component remains unaffected by the treatment and its physical properties are those of the bar from which it was machined, while the hardness of the case can be within the range 37/58 Rc. Carbon and alloy steels with a carbon content in the range 0.40/0.45% are most suitable for this process.
Part Length
Max
66 in
 
Part Diameter
Max
36 in
 

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