Unleash the true potential within your parts with advanced heat treating technologies.
By case hardening, relatively soft materials can be used in applications where a hard exterior is paramount.
Diffusing carbon and nitrogen on the surface of a metal works to increase hardness and wear resistance.
Improves strength, hardness and the lifespan of your medium carbon alloy steel parts.
Annealing is used to soften steel and improving it’s ductility, while reducing brittleness and stresses.
Ideal for delicate and unique geometry parts as well as parts that might need flexibility in cycle time. Heat treating processes include neutral hardening, carburizing, carbonitriding, annealing, normalizing and stress relieving, all performed within one of our seven integral quench batch furnaces.
With 7 continuous furnaces, including 3 of the largest furnaces available in Canada, we’re the largest heat treater in the country. Our furnaces are capable of producing over 300,000 pounds of heat treated parts per day.
Equipped with state-of-the-art tracking software, we can provide electronic reporting and tracking of critical parameters and trend charts all on every job.
Our lines run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Working with us means you’ll have the fastest turnaround times in Canada.
Unique parts have unique requirements. We can custom design fixtures and rapidly develop prototypes based on your part specifications.
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