Metal quench hardening
Quench hardening of metals is a thermal process for metal alloys and metals. It is more often applied to steel, to increase the resistance necessary for the product’s use.
Quench hardening is obtained by heating the metal at high temperatures, insisting on the parts to be made more resistant and quickly cooling it. This rapidity of cooling gives the product its high mechanical resistance.
Steel subjected to quench hardening undergo changes that increase its hardness, tensile strength, wear-resistance and flexibility.
At our cnc machining center, we manufacture and quench all types of stainless-steel screws and bolts, hardware of every kind, including carpentry and furniture, automotive (control shafts, shafts, joints, valves), and hydraulic fittings and hydraulics.
If you have a specific need, contact us, we produce small turned parts according to the customer’s design and specifications.