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heat treat·ment

in dentistry, a method of controlled temperature handling of metals so as to change the microscopic structure and thus the physical properties.
See also: temper, anneal.

heat treat·ment

(hēt trētmĕnt)
In dentistry, method of controlled temperature handling of metals to change microscopic structure and thus physical properties.
See also: temper, anneal
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Lindberg/MPH is a leading manufacturer of standard and custom industrial heat treat furnaces.
TMK said that Ajax promised it could heat treat TMK's products and meet the specifications of the American Petroleum Institute, which are standard in the tubular goods industry, the lawsuit said.
Instead, our new company, Heat Treat, can work on machines one by one while other product lines continue right alongside.
IPSCO is planning an expansion to the current oil country tubular goods (OCTG) heat treat capacity at its Calgary, AB plant.
The Heat Treat Foot Care insole by Grabber Mycoal will be produced in a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility--which is said to be the only one of its kind in the world-with full production slated to begin this summer.
Heat treat processes are complex, varying with chemical composition of material and the desired characteristics for parts.
Another key benefit of heat treating is that during the heat treat, personnel can enter the building and observe the insect killing as it takes place, determine the source of the infestation, and dust or spray the infested area.
Air Products will highlight the company s latest gas technologies for the metals processing industry at the Heat Treat 2015 Conference and Exhibition in Detroit, Mich.
For example, the recommended heat treat temperatures and times for aluminum alloy A356-T6 sand castings are:
Extended hold times depend on the type of furnace equipment, load size, and heat treat experience.
If we tried to heat treat them, they would warp to the point of uselessness.