Surface engineering is very recent and enables to improve mechanical components by improving the surfaces.
In many industrial applications, whether it has to be increased or reduced, a precise surface roughness is necessary. The Peen Service controlled roughness treatment is particularly apt for all those cases where surface roughness needs to have a precise, controlled and reproducible value. The plants and know how that we have acquired are of utmost aid for all industrial sectors.
It often happens that mechanical components are badly damaged by thermic treatments or by incorrect mechanical processes. When this occurs on a finished piece, that has already been treated thermally, there is no other option than to scrap the pieces that have been badly deformed. All this obviously causes economical problems and production delays. Our particular technology of controlled removal allows to restore the correct geometry of the component with efficient and targeted interventions.
The equipment and the plants for food or medical environments are normally made in stainless steel for obvious hygienic reasons. The stainless steel Peen treatment is optimized in order to clean the surfaces guaranteeing the same sanitizability of mirror polished surfaces. The stainless steel Peen treatment is the result of a research project that through the statistics of the Design of Experiment conveys scientific validation to the obtained results. The stainless steel Peen treatment tends to even the treated surfaces giving them a velvety look.
D.E.T. – Dies Enhancement Treatment
D.E.T, Dies Enhancement Treatment, has been studied to increase the lifespan of dies for die casting and forging. Thermic and mechanic stress creates surface micro-cracks that propagate until the dies become totally unusable. The several productive processes may introduce tensile residual stress that shorten the lives of the dies. D.E.T. treatment, that normally takes place in three phases, makes the material more elastic during thermic shocks thus impeding the premature formation of cracks and slowing their propagation.