Heat Treating: Salt Bath Heat Treating Rebounds

September 1, 2006
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Approximately 20 years ago, salt bath heat treating was deemed "messy" and the costs associated with the related drag-out were relatively high. With the advent of new salt bath technology, equipment manufacturers and salt suppliers are providing equipment that is compact in size, optimizing production output, and offering the capability of salt reclamation thereby contributing to a cleaner environment.
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