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      BAOXIN Heat Treatments

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      Baoxin Heat Treatments

      Heat treatment is a process that controls the heating and cooling of a material, performed to obtain required structural properties of metal materials. Heating methods include normalizing, annealing quenching, tempering, and surface hardening.

      NOTE 1. For nitriding, it is necessary that the material contains one or more alloy elements, such as Al, Cr, Mo. or V.

      (1) Normalizing
      Normalizing is a heat treatment applied to the microstructure of the small crystals of steel to unify the overall structure. This treatment is performed to relieve internal stress or to resolve inconsistent fiber structure occurred by the forming processing such as rolling.

      (2) Annealing
      Annealing is a heat treatment applied to soften steel, to adjust crystalline structure, to relieve internal stress, and to modify for cold-working and cutting performance. There are several types of annealing in accordance with the application, such as Full Annealing, Softening, Stress Relieving, Straightening Annealing and Intermediate Annealing.

      1. Full Annealing
        Annealing to relieve internal stress without changing the structure.

      2. Straightening Annealing
        Annealing to fix deformation occurred in steel, or other materials. The treatment is performed by applying load.

      3. Intermediate Annealing
        Annealing applied in the process of cold-working, applied to soften the work-hardened material, so to make the next process easier.

       

      (3) Quenching
      Quenching is a treatment on steel, applying rapid cooling after heating at high temperature. There are several types of quenching in accordance with cooling conditions; water quenching, oil quenching, and vacuum quenching. It is essential to apply tempering after quenching.

      (4) Tempering
      Tempering is a heat treatment, applying cooling at a proper speed. After performing quench hardening, the material is heated again, then, tempering is applied. Tempering must be performed after quenching. Quenching is applied to adjust hardness, to add toughness, and to relieve internal stress. There are two types of tempering, one is high-temperature tempering, and the other is low-temperature tempering. Applying the tempering at higher temperature, the more toughness is obtained, although the hardness decreases.
      For thermal refining, high-temperature tempering is performed.
      For induction hardening or carburizing, the require tempering performed after surface-hardening treatment is, low-temperature tempering.

      (5) Thermal Refining
      Thermal Refining is a heat treatment applied to adjust heardness / strength / toughness of steel. This treatment involves quenching and high-temperature tempering, in combination. After thermal refining is performed, the hardness is adjustedby these treatments to increase the metals machinable properties.

      (6) Carburizing
      Carburizing is a heat treatment performed especially to harden the surface in which carbon is present and penetrates the surface. The surface of low-carbon steel is carburized (Carbon penetration) and in a state of high carbon, where quenching is required. Low-temperature tempering is applied after quenching to adjust the hardness.
      Not only the surface, but the inner material structure is also somewhat hardened by some level of carburizing, however, it is not as hard as the surface.
      If a masking agent is applied on a part of the surface, carbon penetration is prevented and the hardness is not changed. The target hardness on the surface and the hardened depth are:
      – Quench Hardenss 55 – 63 HRC (reference value)
      – Effective Hardened Depth 0.3 – 1.2 mm (reference value)
      Gears are deformed by carburizing, and the precision is decreased. To improve precision, gear grinding is necessary.

      (7) Induction Hardening
      Induction Hardening is a heat treatment performed to harden the surface by induction-heating of the steel, composed of 0.3% carbon. For gear products, induction hardening is effective for hardening tooth areas including tooth surface and the tip, however, the root may not be hardened in some cases.
      Generally, the precision of gears declines from deformation caused by induction hardening.

      (8) Flame Hardening
      Flame Hardening is a surface-hardening treatment performed by flame heating. This treatment is usually performed on the surface for partial hardening of iron and steel.

      (9) Nitriding
      Nitriding is a heat treatment performed to harden the surface by introducing nitrogen into the surface of steel. If the steel alloy includes aluminum, chrome, and molybdenum, it improves nitriding and the hardness can be obtained. 

      (10) Total Quenching
      A heat treatment by heating the entire steel material to the core, and then cooling rapidly afterwards, where not only the surface is hardened, the core part is also hardened.


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