When it comes to heat treatment, every colleague in the machinery industry can more or less understand that heat treatment has a key influence on the properties of materials. Today we will talk about the influence of heat treatment process on nail strength
There are many heat treatment process methods, each of which has requirements for temperature and time control. The metal material or its products are heated to an appropriate temperature and cooled with a selected speed and method to change the internal structure. , To achieve the desired performance requirements. The general heat treatment processes are: annealing, normalizing, quenching, tempering and so on. It is also divided into water quenching oil cooling, water quenching water cooling, oil quenching water cooling, oil quenching oil cooling, salt bath quenching, nitriding treatment, etc. Different materials have different heat treatment methods. The normal materials used are 45# Steel, A3 steel, etc., these materials do not have high requirements for heat treatment, and normal processes can generally meet the material requirements.
What effect does the heat treatment process have on nails?
First of all, normal types of nails basically do not need the process of heat treatment, because the merchants basically have no requirements on the hardness of the nails. The object of action is basically wood and the like, but it is different for steel nails. The steel nails are in the nail. After molding, it needs to go through a tempering process, so that the nails that come out will have a certain degree of toughness. In order to break through objects such as cement and become real steel nails.