MICROPULSE™

The patented Contour Heat Treat process  that produces hardened parts with greater fatigue strength and wear resistance at a lower, cost-per-unit cost.

the micropulse process

Micropulse uses controlled pulses of energy, measured and delivered in milliseconds, to produce hardened parts with greater fatigue strength and wear resistance. Heat input is measured and accurately regulated by the Absolute Pulse Controller, precisely controlling dimensional variation and hardening conditions. The improved strength of the parts is a result of high residual compressive stresses and a precise case of depth.

Contour’s Micropulse™ Process provides a stronger, higher-quality part for less money.

The patented Micropulse™ dual frequency and pulsed single frequency hardening processes by Contour typically eliminates the need for finish grinding, honing, lapping and heat distortion straightening. The result is a measurable reduction in per-part production costs with a substantial increase in quality. Contour’s Micropulse™ Process provides a stronger, higher-quality part for less money.

In the world of complex parts requiring ever-increasing accuracy, Micropulse is the breakthrough that manufacturers have been looking for. That’s why manufacturers all over the world are turning to CHI for just-in-time induction hardening adapted to their needs.

Micropulse™ Material Pre-Heat
Micropulse™ Material Final Heat
Micropulse™ Material Quench

SERVICES

Induction hardening

CHI custom-designs and manufactures Lift and Rotate Machines, Single Shot Shaft Machines, and Crankshaft Machines.

contract processing

CHI maintains four flexible in-house production systems for customer contract processing.

r & D

R & D are integral aspects of CHI’s operations. Our company has sixty-two patents either granted or pending.

Contour Mexico

The Contour Hardening, Inc. plant located in Silao, Mexico has all the mirrors all the services & capabilities of our U.S. plant.

have a special need or question? consult with one of our engineers

We welcome the opportunity to provide you with additional information or assist you with your application development, contract processing, or induction hardening equipment needs.