Heat treatment refers to a permanent change in structure and properties caused by the action of heat.
The most important processes are: Annealing, hardening, quenching and tempering, nitriding and hardening of the edge zone.
Annealing is the heat treatment of a workpiece at a fixed temperature, talking into account a certain holding period and subsequent slow cooling.
A distinction is made between the following annealing processes:
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