The transformative power of heat is pure science. So many different types of thermal and material processing needs across a vast commercial landscape. The key to your company’s success is to first understand the requirements of the process and then search for the furnace that will suit your unique needs.
Select any Metallurgical Process listed below to see the vast number of industrial furnaces and heating treating equipment options available to you through Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems. Then, contact us to discuss how we can customize these product lines to your specific heat treating applications and equipment needs.
Post additive manufacturing or 3D printing thermal processes include Annealing, Sintering, Atmosphere, and Vacuum Heat Treating
Reduces hardness, improves machinability, facilitates cold working.
Joins metals by flowing a non-ferrous filler metal into the space between them.
Introduces carbon and nitrogen into a solid ferrous alloy.
Introduces carbon into a solid ferrous alloy, usually rapidly cooled.
The simultaneous combustion of two or more different types of material.
Removes water from the surface (and interior) of a solid material.
The bonding (fusion), at high temperature, of two materials.
A case hardening process involving the introduction of nitrogen and carbon.
A process designed to produce a hermetic seal between components.
Increases the hardness of a material, usually involving heating and cooling.
Heat treatment which will not react with the material being processed.
Nitriding introduces nitrogen into a solid ferrous alloy.
Ferrous alloys are heated & cooled above and below the transformation range.
The rapid cooling of a material from an elevated temperature.
The bonding of adjacent powder particle surfaces in a mass of metal powder.
Joins metals by flowing a layer of filler metal into the space between them.
A type of annealing process involving controlled heating and cooling.
A time-temperature-atmosphere dependent process employing a steam atmosphere
Heating and cooling to suitable temperatures to reduce residual stresses.
Ferrous alloys are reheated and then cooled to increase ductility.