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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Vacuum Processing

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Vacuum Hardenning - Ice Screw
Vacuum Hardenning - Ice
Screw
Vacuum Hardenning - Ice Screw
  Tool and Die
Tool and Die
Tool and Die
  Stainless Cylinders
Stainless Cylinders
Stainless Cylinders

Well-equipped with five furnaces, The Euclid Heat Treating Company offers premium vacuum hardening, solution treating, stress relieving, and annealing services. With our comprehensive heat treating capabilities, we can operate on parts measuring up to 48X48X36 inches. Our stress relieving operations meet high industry standards and help reduce residual stresses, providing decreased risk of premature failure in service and better dimensional stability. Our annealing process also removes stresses and softens the material for improved machinability.

Our vacuum hardening operations include both pressure quenching and oil quenching which can be used to heat treat and strengthen material. And, all of our vacuum hardening, solution treating, stress relieving, and annealing services meet ISO/TS 16949:2009 specifications and can be used to treat a variety of metals, including tool steel, stainless steel, beryllium copper, and metal powders.

As one of the largest heat treating facilities in the United States, our premium vacuum hardening, solution treating, stress relieving, and annealing operations have served diverse industries from railroad to aerospace and automotive. Contact The Euclid Heat Treating Company for more information about all of our superior heat treated products and services.

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Portfolios

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
Annealing Methods
ANNEALING (300 - 2250°F)
The purpose for this treatment is to remove stresses or soften the material for improved machinability or formability, alter the physical or mechanical properties or produce a defined structure.
Full
Full Anneal (650 - 1650°F)
 
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.
Normalizing
Normalizing (1600 - 1800°F)
Oil
Oil Hardening (350 - 1200°F)
Pressure Quenching (GFC to10bar)                          
Stress Relieving Methods
STRESS RELIEVING (300 - 1400°F)
Thermal Stress Relieving is generally applied to metallic materials that have been cold-worked, formed, machined, flame-cut, or weld-fabricated to reduce residual stresses for dimensional stability or reduced risk of premature failure in service.
Low Temperature Stress Relieve (325 - 775°F)
Standard Stress Relieve (1100 - 1200°F)
Tempering
TEMPERING (350 - 1250°F)

Part Width
Max
48 in
 
Part Height
Max
48 in
 
Part Diameter
Max
36 in
 

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