Our K-SALT Division, the largest rack salt to salt facility in the Midwest, enables us to process your materials by better controlling the cooling rate of crack sensitive steels and other alloys. Our custom design fixturing team can quickly and efficiently implement new fixtures to maintain your tight tolerances while achieving the optimum heat treating cycle possible. Whether custom specialty distortion-free austempering treatments or higher volume marquenching batch work, our system engineers can help reduce tool-up times and fixture down times, giving you an edge in reducing costs shortening production run times.
K-SALT Features and Benefits include:
- Distortion sensitive processing up to 50,000 pounds per day, parts up to 36” in dia. and 40″ long
- Design and fabrication fixturing team available 24/7
- Custom marquenching lines for daily high-volume batch work
- Dedicated austempering line for troublesome and complex rack jobs
- Limited down time in building sophisticated job fixtures
- Ideal for specialty jobs such as shafts, pins, saw blades, pistons, flat plates, brake discs and clutch parts, large stampings and distortion sensitive work
Customer part-types and industries served include:
- Power Transmission
- Construction Equipment
- Distortion Sensitive Forgings
- ADI Processing
- Government and Department of Defense – Cage Code (#3ZHJ6)
- Guns/Firearms – FFC Licensed
- Heavy Industry
- Mining-Off Road
- Lawn Mower Blades
- Outdoor Power Equipment
- Tool & Die
- Truck & Bus
For more information on our K-SALT Division, contact us at 1-888-KHT-HEAT (548-4328) or just email us at K-SALT@khtheat.com.
Tony, Henry & John Know Salt
When it comes to rack salt to salt processing, there’s none better than the “salty dogs” team at KHT. Backed by forty years of experience, we can custom design and build fixtures to properly manage your product requirements and maintain your tight tolerances – from marquenching to austempering. To get a job quote, or learn more about our K-SALT team, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-631-4411.