Neutral Hardening (Quenching & Tempering) is a hardening process which achieve a required surface and core hardness specification adjusting furnace atmosphere’s carbon potential the same as heat-treated ferrous material’s carbon concentration. Therefore, the heat-treated products are not enriched or decarburized after the process. After heating in a neutral atmosphere in furnace, products are quenched in oil bath. The tempering process after heat treatment is used for relieving internal stresses in the steel and for adjusting the steel’s hardness.
Parker Trutec Springfield facility offers world class Neutral Hardening services for customers in mid-west and southern states of USA and Mexico. We provide the convenience and flexibility your company needs to meet the demanding requirements of today’s manufacturing environment.