SME CM98-168


High Pressure Gas Quenching Typical Oil Hardening Grades Of SteelRobert Hill, Jr.Society of Manufacturing Engineers / 01-Nov-1998 / 18 pages

Recently, high pressure gas quenching has been identified as an important advancement in heat treating technology. Over the decades, an abundance of documentation exists on the hardenability of water and oil hardening grades of steels. There is relatively little or no information on the hardenability of oil hardening grades quenched in a high pressure gas environment. The purpose of this article is to compare the transverse hardenabilities of various oil hardening grades of steel quenched in both oil and in 10 bar pressure gas environment. The results were obtained at Solar Atmospheres.

Keywords: Pressure Quenching, Hardenability, Microstructure, 10 Bar

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