Induction and Flame Processes

  • High and Low Frequency

What are the treatments

Induction and flame hardening are methods for hardening the surfaces of components, usually in selected areas, by the short-term application of high intensity heating followed by quenching.

Laboratory

  • Micro Examination
  • Case Depth Analysis
  • Crack Detection: Penetration and Flourescent Magnetic Particle
  • Full Range of Hardness Test Equipment, including portable and micro

Phosphating

  • Mg and Zn Phosphating
  • Parcolube

Racing Car Treatments

  • Heat Treatment of fabrications, Wishbones, Uprights etc.
  • Drive Shafts, cv Housing, Selector Shafts

Quality Control

  • Registered to BS EN ISO 9002 Standard
  • Full Computerised Traceability of all Heat Treatment Processes

Solution Treating and Precipitation

  • AluminiumCastings and Wrought
  • Titanium Alloys
  • Maraging Steels

Vacuum Processes

  • Bright Clean Low Distortion Hardening
  • High Speed Steels
  • Mumetals and Radio Metal
  • Fluxless High Temperature Brazing
  • Bright ppt of Copper Beryllium

Nitriding

  • Gas Nitriding

Tuffriding

  • Salt TFI and ABI

Hardening and Tampering

  • Marquenching
  • Austtempering

Case Hardening

  • Cyanide Salt
  • Gas Carburising, Refining

Q-tuff

  • Gas Nitrocarburising Process

Chemical Blacking

  • Stainless Steel
  • Hot Process
  • Large Bath for Large/Heavy Items

Shrink Fitting

  • Liquid Nitrogen
  • Other Sub-Zero Treatments

Shot Blasting

  • Grit Blasting, Choice of grade
  • Glass Bead

Annealing, Normalising & Stress Relief

  • Nitrogen atmoshere
  • Vacuum