Vacuum Heat Treating
We can perform vacuum heat treating of exceptional quality because we use top-of the line equipment. Our furnaces are capable of treating parts of various shapes and sizes while maintaining consistent results. Many of our furnaces use sophisticated computer controls that ensure our heat treatments always meet exact specifications. Our services will save you money by improving the performance and increasing the life of your most important parts and tools. We will make your parts harder, stronger, and more resistant to corrosion. Contact us today to find out more about how we can help your business excel.
Vacuum heat treating
We have a number of state-of-the-art furnaces we use to perform vacuum heat treating. The maximum load capacities for our furnaces range up to 5000 pounds, and they can treat parts up to 84 inches in length. We have a high pressure vacuum hardening furnace that has a 6 bar capacity, large vacuum hardening furnaces, and a vacuum oil quench furnace. The benefits of utilizing a vacuum furnace are that they provide uniform results because they create a wind flow pattern to heat and cool parts evenly. The vacuum environment also reduces the time it takes for the furnace to heat up, which results in faster turnaround times. Our process results in parts with bright, shiny finishes because oxidation won’t occur in a vacuum furnace.
Other services we perform include carburizing, TD vanadium carbide coating, solution annealing, stress relieving and more.
Vacuum heat treatment industries
Our heat treated parts are used in a wide range of industries including automotive, tool and die, and extrusion. We have experience serving a range of clients who need their parts to be strong and long-lasting for a variety of heavy duty applications.
Vacuum heat treatment expertise
A&M Heat Treating Ltd. has more than 20 years’ experience and we have been proving our reliability along the way. We have earned a reputation as a company you can trust with your most valuable parts and tools. We belong to the Heat Treating Society, The Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and The Metal Treating Institute.