Fast and efficient method with the possibility of hardening only selected parts of the hardened element. High precision and repeatability of the process is ensured by modern technology.

Induction hardening is a type of surface hardening which uses high-frequency electric current induced by an alternating magnetic field to heat up the metal. The method is used for hardening both carbon steel, alloy steel and stainless steel, as well as grey, ductile and malleable cast iron. It is commonly used to harden components of friction systems which are subjected to high torsional stress.
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Quick and efficient hardening

In the induction hardening method the heating time is very short, and the process itself does not cause dirt on the material. At the same time, it becomes possible to harden selected components of the hardened element. The method is popular because of its reliability: when used, deformation of the material is reduced to a minimum. CNC control ensures very high precision hardening and repeatability of the process.

Integration of a hardening machine
with a robot

Our induction hardening machines are modern devices featuring the best parameters, precisely displaying all the necessary parameters of work and processing. Integration of induction hardening machines with a computer and a KAWASAKI CX110L robot - 110kg enables us to harden elements in an automated way, safe for operators. The process of hardening of elements is highly repeatable.

Hardening parameters


We harden rolls of the following dimensions:

  • Diameter: up to 100 mm
  • Length: up to 1000 mm