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Cryogenic tempering: where do we go from here?

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A new technology called cryogenic tempering is discussed. Cryogenic tempering is a process in which a metal is quenched in liquid nitrogen at -300 degrees F (-149 degrees C) after heat treatment. T ...
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Year published:2002
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By Kenn Workman, All American, Inc., USA
2002
 
A new technology called cryogenic tempering is discussed. Cryogenic tempering is a process in which a metal is quenched in liquid nitrogen at -300 degrees F (-149 degrees C) after heat treatment. This treatment improves the mechanical properties of the metal. Capital equipment and operating costs are compared to conventional heat-treating operations. This technology produces metal products that wear longer, stay sharp longer and reduce the use of mineral resources. Also, it is environmentally friendly.
  
 
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