HTS12 system for oil quench processes
Carburizing in an integrated quench (IQ) furnace is a common heat treatment process for the manufacture of gears, etc., and oil is the most commonly used quench medium. During the oil quench, products within the batch can sometimes experience distortion problems, which may have several causes including flow patterns, temperature variations, etc. Monitoring the temperature at various depths within the product and locations around the batch, can provide valuable data on the temperature profile of the part throughout the complete heating and cooling cycle. However monitoring part temperature from a data logger external to the furnace is not possible, so the PhoenixTM Oil Quench system (Patent Pending GB1509136.6), which is able to travel throughout the process with the products, is the answer.
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