Flame Hardening

Flame Hardening

Our Flame Hardening method focuses on a smaller area meaning reduced costs, as well as less distortion.  As a result, less machining and grinding with less processing time. FInally, offers better wear of the part and longer life of the machine, and reduces downtime and maintenance costs.

Hardening only selected areas: less coverage and therefore less cost. Furthermore, we are a company with over 40 years’ experience in the industry, we are confident in providing the most effective treatments and advice.

What is it used for?

This process is applied only to selected metal surfaces of carbon and alloy steels, cast and ductile irons and certain stainless steels.





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The Definition

A method of surface-hardening involving heating a metal with an extremely high-temperature flame, followed by quenching. Used on medium carbon, mild or alloy steels or cast iron to produce a hard, wear-resistant surface.
Flame Hardening

Increased Lifespan

Increased Hardness

Reduced Downtime

Any Size and Shape

Would you like more information?

Above all, our engineers are always happy to discuss your specific requirements.

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