direct quenching

direct quenching

[də′rekt ′kwench·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Rapid cooling of carburized parts directly from the carburizing process.
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SSAB added that this investment has been designed to include the potential to build additional Q&T capacity through direct quenching similar to the technology currently used at SSAB's production facilities in Finland and Sweden.