Focus on Heat TreatingThe March/April 2017 issue of Gear Technology (coming soon!) will focus on heat treating. But we thought we'd give you a little "warm-up" with a look at some of the most popular heat treating articles from our archive:
- Checking Up on Your Heat Treater
- Practical Approach to Determining Effective Case Depth of Gas Carburizing
- Innovative Induction Hardening Process with Pre-heating for Improved Fatigue Performance of Gear Component
Safety Upgrades for IQF Furnaces
Safety standards change yearly, so upgrading your IQF furnace to meet current NFPA standards is critical. If it's flame relays for burn-offs or adding closure block valves, Diablo Furnaces is your source. We upgrade furnaces that are only 5-years old to meet NFPA standards.
PITTLER Power Skiving for highly efficient gear cutting
Power Skiving by pioneering PITTLER T&S allows for highest-quality internal and external gearings to be machined fast, flexible and at low tool costs. Based on its PV 5-axis turning center, PITTLER T&S offers Power Skiving for rotation-symmetrical components up to a diameter of 50″ either as complete or individual machining solution.
Get Our Crowning Cure for Misalignment Problems
With our ultra-modern equipment and many years of experience, Forest City Gear is the expert at crowning even fine pitch gears to help reduce vibration, noise and misalignment. Get cured. Contact:
Tips of the Trade for Carburizing and Quenching
Throughout the manufacturing process, heat treatment is viewed as a critical step for adding value to the parts produced. This is why, when producing quality parts, we are primarily concerned with properly utilizing the carburizing and quenching processes. One of the most essential steps is...Read the technical article.
Gear Nitriding in Vacuum
Vacuum gas nitride processing from Solar Atmospheres can significantly increase the fatigue strength and service life of your parts. Benefits include case depths up to 0.025" and improved wear and anti-galling properties due to a 40 - 70% increase in surface hardness. Corrosion resistance is increased through nitrogen-enrichment.
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