How to reduce losses due to rejection of the parts produced?
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The process of heat treatment through quenching requires the hot metal parts to be dropped into quench oil reservoirs. The basic purpose is to bring about a sudden drop in temperature of the metal part. As a result the heat energy is transferred from the hot metal part to the quench oil. Thereby increasing the temperature of the quench oil. If this heat is not removed from the quench oil, the next lot hot metal parts that is dropped into the oil will not cool down to the desired temperature. This in turn will result in:
To prevent these losses, it is very important to cool the oil and maintain it between a stable temperature range for effective and reliable Quenching.
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