Flame Hardening
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Stationary flame hardening requires that the specified area be heated.  Then the part is taken to quench or quench is brought to the part. 

This method is particularly well-suited for shaft ends, special steel casting configurations and large parts. 

This photo shows actuator lugs being hardened utilizing the stationary flame hardening method. 

Application Photo:
Dana Spicer Clutch, Auburn, Indiana.

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