April 17, 2014
-- Hi-Tech Steel Treating, a heat treating company that serves Tennessee, has clarified the differences in heat treating procedures for its clients and for others who are curious about the different techniques.
For example, hardening can help decrease wear and tear on tools. Softening, also known as annealing, makes metal tools more pliable. Tempering relieves stress on metal tools. Normalizing improves the finish of the metal. And material modification changes the metal’s properties and can help extend the life of the tool.
“We here at Hi-Tech Steel Treating realize the various heat treating processes are confusing, even to people who have this done to their metal tools on a regular basis,” says Chris Muscott, a representative of Hi-Tech Steel Treating. “So we wanted to clarify these procedures to clear up any confusion!”
Hi-Tech Steel Treating provides steel heat treating services at their plants in Michigan and Tennessee. Their dedication to quality and service sets them apart from the rest. For more information on heat treating in Tennessee, please visit: http://hitechsteel.blogspot.com/2014/04/what-is-heat-trea...