How Heat Treatment Improves Metals That Have Underwent Cold Forming Operations

The process of heat treatment involves the use of heating or cooling a versatile range of materials. Harchris Heat Treatment simplifies the operational aspects of the heat treatment techniques.

Cold forming operations includes the process of forging metals at near room temperatures. The cold forming process is formed at high speed and high pressure. The cold work operational process increases the hardness and tensile strength of the core material.

The metal forming process can be categorised into two broad operational processes. This includes bulk forming and sheet metal forming. The different techniques include rolling, forging, extrusion and drawing bulk forming processes.

Structural transformation takes place when the cold forming process is implemented on the metal. In addition to that, the electrical resistance, magnetism and thermal expansion which improves the durability of the metal and structural integrity of the materials.

Harchris Heat Treatment provides comprehensive services to the non-ferrous and ferrous sectors. The microstructure is fundamentally changed and contributes to the strength, ductility and corrosion resistance of the metals. Various applications also involve bending and deforming the structures without fracturing the original metal structure.

Contact us for more information to streamline the operational requirements of your business.

For more information about COVID-19 please visit: COVID-19 Corona Virus South African Resource Portal

For more information about POPI please visit our Privacy Policy page