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what we offer
Hudapack is a full service provider for a wide variety of induction hardening needs. Our induction-hardening capabilities can accommodate case depths of .010 inches to .600 inches with scan lengths up to 48 inches. We can also process a broad range of steels suitable for induction hardening in lots between one and 10,000 parts per day.
DIVERSE DIAMETERS AND LENGTHS
BROAD RANGE OF STEELS
LOTS BETWEEN 1 AND 10,000 PER DAY
WHAT IS INDUCTION HARDENING?
When you have a program where only selective areas of a component needs to be hardened, induction hardening may be necessary. Copper coils are custom made for the particular component heat treat needs; alternating current is then used to selectively heat the surface. A quenchant is introduced to harden the particular surface area.
Common materials heat treated using induction hardening are:
Note: It is possible to use other steels but may need to be carburized only to the required case depth then induction harden.
There are various reasons a part may need to be selectively softene. The set-up and concept for induction annealing are the same as required for an induction hardening process; the difference is no quenchant is added to the cycle. By not quenching the selective area the component will be slow cooled and softening occurs in the area.
979 Koopman Lane
Elkhorn, WI 53121
(262) 723-3345 Phone
(262) 723-3752 Fax
5512 W. Airways Avenue
Franklin, WI 53132
(414) 421-5140 Phone
(414) 421-2360 Fax
Proudly Serving the midwest
Founded in Elkhorn, WI in 1985 by Gary Huss, our commitment to continuous improvement pushed us to higher levels of quality, delivery, and customer expectation.
Our expertise guarantees that even the hardest jobs are completed right the first time.
As a part of the Thermal Process Holdings network of brands, we are able to provide a number of value adds that go beyond the industry standards in quality, safety, redundancy and best practices.