Hot Forging

Hot Forgings



As the name suggests, hot forgings is where steel is heated to 700-1000 degree celcius. At these elevated temperatures, the flow stresses of the steel generally are reduced allowing the steel to be formed into its final shape. The nature of forgings allows for extremely strong parts at a competitive price. Because of the final part being forged, there is no issue with porosity on forgings. Because the material is heated to elevated temperatures in air, a small layer of iron oxide forms during the forging process, this is known as ‘scales’.


4000 series, 1000 series, and 304 stainless steel among others

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Testing equipment:

Machinery List: screw, hydraulic and hammer presses upto 2000 tons