The heat treatment industry applies heat treatment to the inputs of all sectors using metal, ceramic and composite materials on a global scale. However, there are driving sectors for the heat treatment industry. Approximately 65-70 percent of the weight of a vehicle is metal and all these metals are heat treated, so the automotive industry has a decisive place among these driving sectors in the heat treatment sector. Ecological concerns that continue to increase in the next century have led automobile manufacturers around the world to new searches and researches. Developing light but high-strength alloys for cars that consume less fuel without sacrificing safety and comfort is among the important goals of automobile manufacturers.
The development of aircraft, helicopters and rockets depends on the development of materials for gas turbine engines or rocket engines that can operate for a long time without softening or degradation at high temperatures. The development of new materials and better use of existing materials have been the center of progress in aerospace engineering. Improvements in structural performance, safety, fuel economy, speed, range, and operation depend on improvements in aircraft life, aircraft and engine materials. Since the Wright Brothers’ first power flight in 1903, aircraft materials have changed greatly in terms of mechanical performance, durability, functionality and quality. Materials used in safety-critical structures, which can cause loss of aircraft if they fail, require high mechanical properties and excellent durability in the aviation environment.
While the tendency of the aviation sector to use new technologies in applications that require precision is increasing, it also necessitates the necessary care for materials. Therefore, a combination of suitable heat treatment techniques must be created for the material to have the desired characteristic.
Heat treatment industry provides durability, flexibility, longevity and similar qualities to these products by applying heat treatment to metal, composite and ceramic products and is important in the defense industry. Radar systems, vehicles, small arms and infantry rifles used in air, naval and land defense, high corrosion resistance and heat resistance to be provided by heat treatment are very important.
Machine & Mold
Tools and molds that can meet the expectations; However, a good heat treatment can be achieved by combining quality steel. Various heat treatments are applied to all machine parts such as hot forging dies, aluminum extrusion dies, cutting dies, rolling knives and spools, plastering dies.
Equipment used in the metal industry is expected to have the desired strength values. For example, molds are made resistant to the temperature and pressure of the molten metal by heat treatment methods. In addition, heat treatment is used extensively in the production area in this sector.