Steel/Metal Heat treatment Processes

In the majority of applications, the choice of thermal barrier is determined by the ambient factors and process parameters in the furnace, such as temperature, time, and atmosphere. The choice of a thermal barrier is more important than numerous data logger configurations and software options, which are both accessible.

Thermal barriers from the TBB-250  are designed for infrequent and less demanding profiling applications and have a maximum operating temperature of 950°C . They stand for our most cost-effective option.

To fill this need, Tempsens offers a range of temperature profiling solutions designed specifically for use in the steel/metal heat treatment processes.


  •   Oven surveying for batch and conveyorized

Profiling your furnace helps ensure optimum thermal uniformity during commissioning or start up after maintenance, avert product quality problems, and lessen the need for pricey reprocessing.

  • Tempering and precipitation hardening of steel and aluminium

By properly estimating the time for both the product surface and core temperatures, profiling in process helps ensure that any necessary parameters are satisfied throughout the furnace.

  • Mesh belt for reducing stress on parts and raw materials

Make careful to treat components similarly and to adhere to critical temperature limits even if they have different shape or ruling sections.

  • Component and raw material annealing and hardening on mesh belts

These barriers can be used to confirm that core temperatures are met as well as to confirm that during hardening and annealing processes comply with standards because they have the capacity to measure higher temperatures than the TBB-250.

  • Process measurement for conveyorized and batch carburizing

The TBB-250 thermal barriers box is more resistant to distortion and corrosion thanks to our floating plate design and unusual material choice because case depth and hardness depend on precise atmosphere and component surface temperature control.

  • Oven surveying for batch and conveyorized

Areas with higher temperatures

  • Vaccum annealing furnaces with air quenching.
  • High temperature annealing furnaces without quenching.