Annealing

Annealing Furnace designs can be stationary, moving or continuous, are a few examples. Annealing is applied to both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and is intended to reduce the strength and hardness of the product while increasing the ductility.
 

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Annealing

HTF can meet your annealing furnace needs with batch or continuous equipment, and we have expertise in both types of cooling: innovative control methods for precise slow cooling rates, and outstanding quenching equipment as shown on our Quenching page.
 

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Annealing

The annealing process generally begins at an elevated temperature and may involve controlled slow-cooling or quenching depending on the material.
 

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Annealing

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