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Quenching is a heat treatment process for metals and glass. Heating alloy products or glass to a certain temperature, then rapidly cooling in water, oil, or air containing minerals, generally used to increase the hardness and strength of the alloy.
Low-temperature treatment is a sub-zero process, which is carried out immediately after quenching and is carried out by continuous tempering. The ultra-cold treatment has a significant improvement in the wear strength of the workpiece and has a breakthrough benefit for the stability of the mold size.
Regardless of traditional machinery manufacturing, or high-tech semiconductors, electric vehicles, and drones, most key components require heat treatment.
The baking paint treatment can give metal various colors and different textures. It is painted on the metal surface as a surface treatment, which has both protective and aesthetic functions.
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