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Metal Heat Treating

238 Verified Suppliers (Page 1 of 5)
FEATURED SUPPLIERS
Pinson Valley Heat Treating Co., Inc.  
Pinson, AL
AS9100D Certified, Aerospace & Mil-Specs
 
Lone Star Heat Treating Corp.  
Houston, TX
Commercial metal heat treating
 
Flame Metals Processing Corp.  
Rogers, MN
Commercial heat treating services, including ferritic salt bath nitrocarburizing (SBN), carburizing, carbonitriding, marquenching, austempering, aluminum processing, stress relieving, vacuum processing, pit carburizing & neutral hardening
 
Hi TecMetal Group, Inc.  
Wickliffe, OH
Brazing, Heat Treating & Welding Service Provider With Full R&D That Can Help Deliver Your Ideas To Production
 
Nitrex, Inc.  
Franklin, IN
Metal heat treating
 
Heat Treating Engineers, Inc.  
Milwaukee, WI
Steel & aluminum heat treating
 
Wyatt Services, Inc.  
Sterling Heights, MI
Quality Heat Treating Since 1969, ISO 9001 Certified
 
American Heat Treating  
Dayton, OH
Metal heat treating
 
Bennett Heat Treating & Brazing Co., Inc.  
Newark, NJ
Complete metallurgical consulting & heat treating service
 
Derrick Co., Inc.  
Cincinnati, OH
Heat treating of metal fabrications, castings & pressure vessels, including aluminum heat treating, blasting & industrial spray painting
 
Houston Heat Treat  
Houston, TX
 
Metals Technology Corp.  
Carol Stream, IL
Metal heat treating
 
Peters' Heat Treating, Inc.  
Meadville, PA
Metal heat treating
 
Precision Heat Treating, Inc.  
Tulsa, OK
Metal part heat treating
 
Service Heat Treating, Inc.  
Milwaukee, WI
Doing business for over 45 years
 
Thermal Specialties, LLC  
Tulsa, OK
Metal heat treating
 
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Greenville, SC
Full-service vacuum brazing, heat treating & hot isostatic pressing (HIP) for the aerospace, additive manufacturing & power generation
 
Ivyland, PA
Complete metallurgical consulting & heat treating service
 
Fountain Inn, SC
Commercial metal heat treating, including brazing, carburizing, nitriding, carbonitriding, malcomizing, annealing, normalizing & stress relieving
 
Santa Clara, CA
Metal heat treating
 
Hammond, IN
Metal heat treating, including flame hardening & straightening
 
Indianapolis, IN
Vacuum, controlled atmosphere, aluminum & copper heat treating, including oil hardening, carburizing, annealing, stress relieving, normalizing, straightening, sandblasting, bead blasting, black oxide plating & cryogenic processing services
 
Bettendorf, IA
Quality Heat Treating Since 1946
 
Grand Rapids, MI
High Quality Heat Treating Since 1955. AS9100 Registered NADCAP/MedAccred Certified. Vacuum/Atmosphere Heat Treating, Gas Nitriding & Ion Nitriding
 
Franklin, WI
High Quality Commercial Heat Treating. ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D
 
Glendale Heights, IL
ISO 9001:2015, Austempering, Salt to Salt Heat Treating, Racking, Stacking & Bulk Loading when required
 
Elkhorn, WI
High Quality Commercial Heat Treating. ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D
 
Garden Grove, CA
Hot isostatic pressing
 
St. Paul, MN
Vacuum heat treating & atmosphere heat treating Since 1948. AS9100/ISO9001 Certified
 
De Pere, WI
Metal heat treating
 
Clackamas, OR
ISO 9001:2015 Certified
 
Dallas, TX
Metal heat treating
 
Providence, RI
Metal heat treating, including hardening, annealing, straightening, stress relieving & black oxidizing
 
Roselle, IL
ISO 9001:2015 Registered
 
East Granby, CT
Metal heat treating
 
Longmont, CO
Metal heat treating
 
Waukesha, WI
2008 Commercial Heat Treater of the Year
 
Statesville, NC
Alloy casting/fabrication
 
Rock Island, IL
Heat treating, including cleaning services, neutral, induction & age hardening, gas carburizing, carbonitriding, carbon restoration, normalizing, annealing, stress relieving, tempering, cold treatment selective painting & magnafluxing straightening
 
Ogden, UT
Precision Machining, Parts and Components, Small & Large Quantities
 
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Bronx, NY
 
Lansing, MI
 
Dayton, OH
 
Goffstown, NH
 
Philadelphia, PA
 
Monroe, MI
 
Cullman, AL
 
Waterloo, IA
 
Albany, IN
 
Greenville, SC
 
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List of verified suppliers of metal heat treating, commercial metal heat treating, ferritic salt bath nitrocarburizing, carbonitriding, austempering, stress relieving, pit carburizing & neutral hardening, vacuum & hydrogen brazing, atmosphere & neutral hardening, ferritic nitrocarburizing, gas nitriding, sandblasting, quenching & tempering, normalizing & straightening, full-service metal heat treating, heat treating of metal fabrications, aluminum heat treating, metal part heat treating, heat treating & hot isostatic pressing, ground turbine, medical, NADCAP-approved vacuum furnace heat treating & brazing for the metalworking industry, vertical hardening, annealing, flame hardening & straightening, controlled atmosphere, oil hardening, black oxide plating & cryogenic processing services, atmosphere heat treating, metal & aluminum heat treating, commercial heat treating, stress relieving & black oxidizing, commercial & military heat treating, vacuum carburizing, neutral oil quenching & induction & salt-to-salt hardening, castings, direct hardening, alloy casting & fabrication, cleaning services, induction & age hardening, cold treatment selective painting & magnafluxing straightening, machining centers, manual lathes, sawing, heat treating & oxiding, commercial metal heat treating & industrial coatings, vacuum hardening & annealing, metal heat treating & sandblasting, ion/plasma & gas nitriding, duplex hardening & metallurgical & consultation services, induction hardening, through hardening, oxidation & duplex treatment, metallurgical services, automotive, FNC, gas & SolNit nitriding & S-phase stainless steel nitriding.

Heat treating is a growing sector of the metal finishing industry. According to data gathered by IndustryNet on 454 companies employing heat treating processes, jobs have increased by 0.71 percent. An even more substantial jump in sales has been seen at 8.06 percent. Heat treating is used to alter the characteristics of metal, such as hardness and workability. Hardening processes for metal have been utilized since 1400 B.C. The first iron foundries began in Cambria, U.K., around A.D. 1700. Before the development of modern techniques, blacksmiths used heat to aid them in their trade. Softened metal was formed into the desired shape, then quickly cooled or quenched. This technique both increased the hardness and decreased the brittleness of the metal. New developments Though the...(Full Article)
The heat treating industry accounts for a reasonable segment of the metal finishing sector, which itself has 4,093 companies, 93,022 jobs, and current average sales of $36,890,189,770.00. The heat treating industry only makes up a fraction of this, with 454 companies, but its impact is still large. While the amount of companies in heat treating is small in comparison to the metal finishing sector as a whole, heat treating does account for the fourth-largest sub-category of the sector both for jobs and sales. This particular segment works to change properties of metal via heating, and it has numerous applications. Just some of the products that heat treating can produce include: - Metal forming tools - Forging tools - Titanium alloys - Stamping dies - Gears - Molds for pla...(Full Article)
Whether to inhibit corrosion, improve appearance or smooth sharp edges, metal finishing is essential to many industries. According to data gathered by IndustryNet, 4,093 metal finishing companies with current sales of $36,890,189,770 provide 93,022 jobs. Metal finishers vary in both specializations and capabilities. Understanding the types of metal finishing is vital to choosing the right vendor. This article is intended to help customers find the best and most economical solutions to their finishing needs. Coatings There are many types of coatings and a wide array of methods to apply them. Even a coating as familiar to a consumer as paint can have a multitude of varieties. Paints can be solvent-based, water-based, or entirely composed of film-forming components. Each type of...(Full Article)
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