Heat Treating Pick Up & Delivery
In order to better serve our customers’ needs, Precision Thermal Processing maintains our own fleet of trucks. Not only does this service improve the turn-around of product, it demonstrates PTP’s commitment to treating your valuable product as our own. Precision Thermal’s trucks can handle parts up to 12 feet in length, and loads to 20,000 lbs.
- Oshkosh / Omro / Fond-du-Lac
- Green Bay
- Sturgeon Bay
- Stevens Point
- Northeast Wisconsin
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The Hardening process for most alloyed components is accomplished by heating to a temperature above its critical transition temperature. The steel is then quenched and tempered to achieve the final desired properties.
Vacuum processing yields extremely clean parts with superior microstructure while minimizing part distortion.
Carburizing, often referred to as Case Hardening, produces a surface which is resistant to wear, while maintaining the toughness and strength of the core.
Induction hardening is a selective surface hardening process in which a metal part is induction-heated in an energy field (coil) and then quenched to achieve its required properties. This process allows for selective hardening of the component in chosen areas without affecting the part as a whole.