direct quenching

direct quenching

[də′rekt ′kwench·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Rapid cooling of carburized parts directly from the carburizing process.
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Ramor steels are the only protection steels on the market made by direct quenching technology and can be up to six times harder than ordinary structural steel.
Direct quenching is a steel quenching technology developed by Ruukki and has been patented.
Ruukki has been using the direct quenching method to make Ramor protection steels since 2006.
The Mulpic system facilitates direct quenching and will extend CSC's product portfolio to include highly wear-resistant plates.
Ruukki's metals expertise lies in specialized steels developed with direct quenching technology that provides excellent mechanical properties such as superior surface quality, core hardness and uniform toughness.
Raex steels are made using a direct quenching method developed by Ruukki.
Ruukki pioneered the use of direct quenching technology.
Made using a direct quenching method developed by Ruukki, Raex wear-resistant steels have a hard steel surface and strong microstructure.