Spring Heat Treatments
Century Spring performs hardening, tempering, and annealing for springs to ensure adequate performance, durability, and cycle life. With decades of experience manufacturing springs for various industries and applications and a team of subject matter experts and specialists, we have the know-how to help you determine the right manufacturing and finishing processes to achieve your desired performance even under the most difficult of conditions.
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Available Heat Treatment Services
- Hardening & Tempering
Hardening and tempering produce required hardness ratios in metals like steel or stainless steel to ensure desired performance. Harding, as well as case hardening, and straight hardening, involves heating the metal and then cooling it to transform its standard properties, while tempering is a process of applying low-temperature heat treatments, generally after a hardening process has been completed.
Annealing is used to reduce a material's hardness and increase it's ductility by changing its physical and/or chemical properties. Annealing is performed by heating and slowing cooling the material (generally metal or glass).
Heat treatments can be applied to several components in various industries. Below are some of the industries that Century Spring serves.