FREE CAPACITIES
SPECIAL PROCESSES

As part of cooperation, Jihlavan offers free production capacities in its hardening and galvanizing rooms and the performance of non-destructive tests. If you are interested, please contact the respective workplace and we will provide you with more detailed information.

FREE CAPACITIES
SPECIAL PROCESSES

HEAT TREATMENT

  • Heat and chemical & heat treatments of structural, tool and high-speed steels.
  • Annealing and precipitation hardening of special aircraft materials according to AMS.
  • Annealing and tempering in a protective endoatmosphere.
  • Blasting with iron grit, ballotini impact beads.
  • Metallographic and spectral analyses.

Heat treatment consulting. The quality of process manufacturing is checked and recorded in accordance with the applicable ISO and AMS standards. Capability to print records of processes, structures, percentages of components and chemical analyses of materials.

Contacts

Ing. František Vašíček – SP Manager​
Mob. 606 745 383
Tel. 567 115 565
vasicek@jihlavan.cz

Kateřina Chvojsíková – Hardening Room Deputy Manager 
Mob. 728 244 115
Tel. 567 115 477
chvojsikova@jihlavan.cz

MULTIPURPOSE ATMOSPHERIC FURNACES S/W AFS-10

Cementing, nitrocarburizing and oil quenching

Charge weight up to 1,000 kg
Chamber dimensions 760x1,220x760 mm (W x L x H)
Operating temperature 790-1,050 °C

VACUUM FURNACE IPSEN RVFOQ-224

Nitrogen hardening or oil quenching

Chamber 610x380x300 mm
Charge weight up to 180 kg
Operating temperature 800-1,300 °C

ANNEALING AND TEMPERING FURNACES WITH PROTECTIVE ATMOSHPERE IPSEN DAC-10

Charge weight up to 1,000 kg
Chamber dimensions 760x1,220x760 mm
Operating temperature 780 °C 

EVACUABLE ANNEALING FURNACE BMI B55R

Annealing and hardening of PH AMS materials
Certification as per AMS2750E

Chamber dimensions 1,200x900x700 mm
Charge weight up to 1,000 kg
Operating temperature 180-750 °C

METALLOGRAPHIC LABORATORY

  • Chemical analysis of steel compositions
  • Spectral analysis of metallurgical materials
  • Measurements of surface layer microhardness
  • Optical metallography