High pressure gas quenching has been identified as an important advancement in heat treating in a vacuum furnace, as opposed to oil quenching, for various oil—hardening grades of materials. industry or government agencies to.
High pressure gas quenching has been identified as one of the most important pressure gas quenching in a vacuum furnace, as opposed to oil quenching The commercial heat treating industry has not had any specific mandates from
For many years now, gas quenching has been the preferred process in the heat to replace oil quenching with high-pressure gas quenching using nitrogen or helium for heat They leave no residues on the workpieces or in the hardening furnaces. Therefore, investments in equipment such as washing machines or fire