Aluminum Aging Oven
The process of aging is commonly described as a time-temperature-dependent change in the properties of certain alloys. Except for strain aging and age softening, it is the result of precipitation from a solid solution of one or more compounds. For each alloy susceptible to aging, there is a unique range of time-temperature combinations to which it will respond. Wisconsin Oven batch ovens are tried, true and industry-vetted for superior aluminum hardening of aluminum casts. Our industrial ovens have aluminum aged aerospace components, a wide variety of automotive components, military components and extrusions for commercial building trim.