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Inductive hardening simply brings the work pieces to be hardened to the required hardening temperature in the range given by the customer (partial hardening). Preferably quenching steels reach values that come very close to conventional hardening. Inductive hardening is a surface hardening process. Hardness penetration depths of up to 5 mm are possible under certain conditions.




- short process times

- high reproducibility due to CNC control

- in circulation scan hardening, the required slip zone can be kept small

- partial hardening according to requirements

- relatively low dimensional changes and warping

- surface hardness depth can be precisely controlled (frequency)


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