INDUCTION HARDENING

This operation is most commonly used in steel alloys. Many mechanical parts, such as shafts, gears, and springs, are subjected to surface treatments, before the delivering, in order to improve wear behavior. The effectiveness of these treatments depends both on surface materials properties modification and on the introduction of residual stress. Among these treatments, induction hardening is one of the most widely employed to improve component durability. It determines in the work-piece a tough core with tensile residual stresses and a hard surface layer with compressive stress, which have proved to be very effective in extending the component fatigue life and wear resistance.

SPECIFICATIONS

 

INDUCTION HARDENING TABS

45KW, 50 - 200 kHz SSRF

Case Depth: 0.5 to 2 mm

Diameter Range: 6 mm to 20 mm in general

600 mm Vertical scanner with Twin spindle

FANUC AC servo drive and motor for scanning

FANUC CNC System

FANUC Job Rotation

Scan Speed - 250 mm/Sec. (idle)

Weight of Job/Spindle: 11.3 Kgs.

250 KW IGBT type Voltage Fed Inverter

Dual Medium Frequency(3/10 kHz)

Case Depth: 2 to 8 mm

Diameter Range: 25 mm to 56 mm

1200 mm Vertical scanner with Twin spindle

FANUC AC servo drive and motor for scanning

FANUC CNC System

FANUC Job Rotation

Scan Speed - 250 mm/Sec.(Idle)

Weight of Job/Spindle: 55 Kgs.