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During induction hardening, every component is separately hardened, which means that each component is separately heated, quenched and – if necessary – tempered.
The major advantage of hardening by induction, in addition to its easy integration into a production line, is the ability to control and reproduce hardening results precisely. For this purpose, the entire hardening process – from the inductor by means of the energy and frequency introduced all the way to the quenching and tempering steps – can be specially adapted to the respective component. This makes it possible to achieve very good hardening results, even for workpieces with complex geometries.
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