NORMALISING is a heat-treating process that is often considered from both thermal and microstructural standpoints.
In the thermal sense, normalizing is an austenitizing heating cycle followed by cooling in still or slightly agitated air.
Typically, the work is heated to a temperature about 55 °C above the upper critical line of the iron - iron carbide phase diagram, that is, above Ac3 for hypoeutectoid steels and above Acm for hypereutectoid steels.
To be properly classed as a normalizing treatment, the heating portion of the process must produce a homogeneous austenitic phase (face-centered cubic, or fcc, crystal structure) prior to cooling.
Size - 3000 X 3000 x 2000 mm
If you have any query related our products ... We are available