Hardening machine

  • 02-Feb-2009 10:36 EST
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The CrankPro system for heat treating crankshafts from Inductoheat is a non-rotational induction hardening and tempering machine that uses the company's SHarP-C technology to eliminate the rotation of the crankshaft and movement of the inductor during heating and quenching cycles. This stationary heating method offers reduced floor space, simple operation, robust machined coil, low part distortion, and minimal part growth. Other features include short heat times of less than 3 s and production rates of up to 120 parts per h.

For more information, visit booth 855 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

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