When there are properties highly required in steel bars, we perform heat treating for the production of heat-treated bars. Heat treating is typically used to attain the necessary mechanical properties especially to aid the machinability property.
To have more precise control of mechanical properties, these bars undergo stress relieving process.
Components like alloys are also improved through heat treating, typically on their hardenability. Attaining the ideal hardenability in alloys cannot be done through alloying elements only. Instead, a full cross-section is often used to increase the depth of hardness in each alloy.
The full cross-section method makes it possible for obtaining those desired mechanical properties in much larger sections without/ with lesser use of severe quenching means. This is where heat treating comes in the process in which the depth of hardness of the alloy is determined by the alloying elements and along with the used heat-treating process.
We also have the capability to provide forgings, powder metal parts, extruded shapes, machined components, castings, near-net-shape bars, and fastener stock for the different machining operations for Aerospace Metals for commercial and military aircraft and jet engines. This is how we lead globally in the advanced and technical development of aerospace materials.
We include these bars in our product inventory which can ordered and delivered as cold drawn or hot rolled. Cold drawn heat treated bars tend to have much better surface condition, tighter diametrical tolerance, and increased yield and tensile strength. We can supply bars with different grades in heat treated conditions.
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