Heat Treatment Furnaces

For those unfamiliar with vacuum heat treat furnaces, Jones Metal Products makes use of heat treatment furnaces during our heat treating processes. Heat treating is a method that is used to alter the metallurgical properties of any number of metal parts.

Jones Metal Products is proud to offer a variety of metal heat treating services through the use of our heat treatment furnaces. We provide vacuum heat treating, induction heat treating, and aluminum heat treating services to our customers. Each heat treating service allows for effective and precise heat treating services to be performed, no matter the kind of project or order you may have.

Trusted and Accredited Heat Treatment Furnaces Used in Service

For customers in the aerospace and defense industries, they often turn to Jones Metal Products because we have a long and trusted history in providing services with our different types of heat treatment furnaces. Commercial customers who are interested in working with us are always welcome! why vacuum heat treating furnaces are important to aerospace

Our heat treating services are properly accredited, from NADCAP approval to ITAR Registration. Our professional accreditations are further supplemented by our customer approvals from the likes of:

  • Goodrich
  • United Technologies Corporation
  • Gentz
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Honeywell
  • Rolls Royce
  • Arde
  • Berkshire Manufactured Products
  • Barnes Aerospace
  • Cessna
  • Gulfstream
  • Doncaster

What We Do with Heat Treatment Furnaces

When we use vacuum heat treat furnaces, our experienced team of engineers is applying heat or cold to alter said properties. Use of heat treatment furnaces allows us to harden, relieve stress, or soften the metal without changing the overall part shape.

We use our heat treatment furnaces to improve machining, improve formability, or restore ductility after a cold forming process like hydroforming, fluid cell forming, or deep draw stamping has been used to make a part. Our metal heat treatment services are also often employed to increase the strength of a metal part following the manufacturing process.

Types of Heat Treatment Furnaces

At Jones Metal Products, we make use of different types of heat treatment furnaces for the differing heat treatment services we have on offer to customers. This ensures that we can start and finish all the production, processing, and quality testing that is needed for orders of all sizes completely in house.

With different types of heat treatment furnaces, our experienced team of engineers is able to accommodate a variety of part sizes and shapes. Having versatility in the types of heat treatment furnaces at our disposal allows us to manage projects in a centralized fashion, helping to reduce risk of error and cutting down on turnaround time.

What Happens with Different Types of Heat Treatment Furnaces

At Jones Metal Products, we do not mind sharing a little of the behind the scenes that goes into our work for those that are curious. When it comes to the different types of heat treatment furnaces and what they can do, there are variations due to the different processes that we use each for.

In terms of the aluminum heat treating process that we employ our heat treatment furnaces for, a metal part will be taken when its in its pliable form. It will be placed inside one of our heat treatment furnaces at 985º for one hour.

The part will then be dropped into a quench tank to undergo rapid cooling. Then depending on what is needed, the part will be straightened or formed.

Jones Metal Products – Working with Vacuum Heat Treat Furnaces

Jones Metal Products team of knowledgeable engineers and staff are ready and waiting to help you in determining the vacuum heat treatment furnace price of your next project. Whether you are interested in vacuum or aluminum heat treating, our goal is to produce metal parts that you need.

If you are concerned about what vacuum heat treatment furnace price might cost, our team is here to help you find cost effective processes for your order. Reach out to us today to learn more!

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