CNC machining parts

High frequency quenching components

Item No.: CNC-006
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Part Number JH-C006
Part Name High frequency quenching components
Raw Material S45C
Surface Treatment Quenching
Dimension Customized
Application Electrical/Electronic
Tolerance 0.05mm
Packing Information Neutral packing, special packing as per customer’s request
Delivery time 10 days for samples, 25 days for mass production
Processing Machines CNC machining centers,


Q: What is called Quenching in heat treatment?

A: Quenching is a process of cooling a metal at a rapid rate. This is most often done to produce a martensite transformation. In ferrous alloys, this will often produce a harder metal, while non-ferrous alloys will usually become softer than normal.

To harden by quenching, a metal (usually steel or cast iron) must be heated above the upper critical temperature and then quickly cooled. Depending on the alloy and other considerations (such as concern for maximum hardness vs. cracking and distortion), cooling may be done with forced air or other gases, (such as nitrogen).