Metal Heat Treatments

Metal heat treating (similarly metal heat treatments) refers to a group of engineering and metalworking processes that have a primary focus on the alteration of the physical, and commonly chemical, properties of metal.

According to experts, the most common application is metallurgical. Furthermore, heat treatments are also used in the manufacture of many other materials, such as glass. Metal heat treatment involves heating to extreme temperatures, to achieve the desired result of hardening the material.

Core heat treatments include annealing, case hardening, precipitation strengthening, tempering, carburising, normalising and quenching.

Flame Hardening

Flame Hardening

If you need to selectively harden a certain component or section of a metal surface, then flame hardening is the ideal technique for achieving the best results. Contact us today!

Induction Hardening

Induction Hardening

Do you want to increase the hardness level of your machinery?

Let our professionals apply our induction hardening technique.

Metal Heat Treatments Flame Hardening After

Heat Treatments

If you’re looking for metal heat treatments other than flame and induction hardening, such as carburising, we can help you. Get in touch with the experts at Multijet Hardening Ltd in Sheffield.