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The process of quenching is a step in the hardening of materials. Quenching is the procedure used when a metal or glass substance is heated over its normal temperature and then rapidly cooled to remove the heat immediately.
Currently, the temperature at which an object is quenched is higher than its temperature of recrystallization but lower than its melting point. When it comes to quenching, ensuring the appropriate temperature is essential.
Advanced polymer quenchant is strongly advised for steels with low and high harden abilities because it has characteristics that are similar to those of oil when quenching.
By adjusting concentration, one can switch between the quenching properties of water and normal speed cold quenching oil. Among quenching fluids, straight oils have the best lubricating and the worst cooling properties.
They are typically the most affordable as well. Highly diluted oils, often known as fluids with a high-water content, are what make up water soluble and emulsion fluids (HWCF). Water and soluble oil fluids combine to form an emulsion.
The Global Water soluble quenching oil market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
WO2017171035A1 Composition water-soluble quenching oils. The water-soluble quenching oil mixture is the subject of the current invention.
By using metal transformation, metal quenching enhances the mechanical qualities, and quenching oil is primarily used for the cooling process.
Three stages can be distinguished in the quenching oil cooling procedure: the vapor film stage, the boiling stage, and the convection stage.
Large metal components and metal parts with low hardenability frequently exhibit inadequate cooling performance when using oil-based coolants, while water-based coolants are occasionally employed.
However, because water has a boiling point of 100 °C, the treated product is quickly cooled to that temperature when the vapor film dissipates.
As a result, the water-soluble coolant has a rapid cooling rate once the vapor film collapses and is likely to create uneven cooling, which could result in fractures (burning cracks) in the treated body.
Aqueous coolants have the aforementioned drawbacks, although efforts are being undertaken to address them. In accordance with Patent Document, utilizing an aqueous coolant that contains an inorganic salt can reduce the characteristic seconds.
A water-soluble quenching oil with a specified molecular weight polyalkylene glycol or a derivative of it combined with a glycol monoether exhibits outstanding anti-cracking, quenching, and anti-burning qualities. It is revealed
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