Aerospace Heat Treating


Aerospace heat treating is done for super alloy components used in the aerospace industry when they’re joined together by brazing or diffusion bonding with nickel and cobalt base filler metals. Aerospace heat treating is carried out in high vacuum furnaces by holding the parts for a long period of time to diffuse away boron and silicon. During the aerospace heat treating process our vacuum furnaces can reach temperatures to 2800 degrees F and have vacuum levels to 10-6 Torr, all metal hot zones and extremely rapid cooling. Applied Thermal Technologies Inc. personnel work closely with each customer in determining their particular requirements and are available for technical assistance for your aerospace heat treating, metallurgy and brazing questions.

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Titanium water quench can be in services for aerospace heat treating