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Category Archives: Aluminum Heat Treating

In-House Nadcap Approved Heat Treating Assures Timely, Quality Service

August 12, 2013

As a complementary service to hydroforming and deep drawn metal stamping, Jones Metal Products offers in-house Nadcap approved heat treating for aluminum parts. These quality services include annealing, solution treating, stress relieving, aging, glycol quenching and cryogenic treatment. To keep Read the rest of this entry »





Heat Treating to NADCAP Standards

November 21, 2012

Jones Metal Forming is an expert in heat treating to NADCAP standards. Quality control is crucial for our customers, especially those in the aerospace industry. Metal parts used in aerospace and defense applications often play a critical role in a Read the rest of this entry »





Aluminum Heat Treating in Cleveland

August 22, 2012

Jones Metals’ aluminum heat treating is a cost effective choice for companies in Cleveland, Ohio, looking to save money on freight shipping. Often with aluminum heat treating, the part is heated and shipped back to the customer, but frequently needs Read the rest of this entry »





Aluminum Heat Treating Department Adds Hot Water Quench Capability

April 2, 2012

Jones Metal Products Company has added equipment to provide additional capability for aluminum heat treating. The company has purchased a second Recco drop bottom furnace and a 2800 gallon tank for hot water quenching. This equipment joins the original Recco Read the rest of this entry »





Aluminum Heat Treating

December 16, 2010

We recently sat down with Dan Erb, President and CEO of Jones Metal Products, to discuss the company’s entry into the world of aluminum heat treating.

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Aluminum Heat Treating – Aerospace Industry

April 3, 2010

Our customer originally came to Jones Metal for deep draw hydroforming of parts used in assemblies for General Electric and Rolls Royce Engines. In the process of developing a deeper relationship with this customer, we were able to help them with an aluminum heat treating problem. Continue reading