Hardening 4.0: An Evolution in Quenching Explained

On Demand Until June 4, 2021

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

As industry evolves into the digital age through Industry 4.0, heat treating is experiencing an evolution of its own. More complex part geometries, increased hardness requirements, more restrictive quality control, and the ever-present concern for cost is pushing quenching technology into previously uncharted territory. Join us as we investigate the history of quenching technology beginning with the single operator, a direct fired box furnace, and a water tank moving through the impact of the integrated quench atmosphere furnace to vacuum quenching followed by the exciting developments with single piece flow hardening!

Four Learning Objectives

  1. Basic principles of ferrous metal hardening
  2. The important role of the integral quench furnace in the evolution of quenching technology
  3. Cost savings/process improvements with combining vacuum heating and atmosphere quenching
  4. Unique advantages of single piece flow


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Speaker

Don Marteeny

SECO/WARWICK

Don is Vice President of Engineering at SECO/VACUUM and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Pennsylvania. As VP of Engineering, he oversees engineering, project management, aftermarket activities, and other essential business activities. Prior to assuming this role, Don served in both project management and project engineering roles within the SECO/WARWICK Group. His experience includes furnace analysis, design, and component specification. Also, he has managed various strategic engineering and business projects such as the implementation of the 3D modeling tool SolidWorks within the organization. In addition, Don spent three years as a member of an energy engineering consulting company. During his tenure, he performed analyses of building heating systems to determine the feasibility of using alternative energy sources and related activities. Don holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park.



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