An example of a furnace used for the annealing process is an annealing static furnace. A metal or other material's characteristics can be changed by the heat treatment process called annealing. Steel is commonly annealed in static furnaces, where it is heated to a certain temperature and then gradually cooled, typically over the course of several hours or even days. Through this process, the metal might alter structurally, becoming more ductile and less rigid. Steel components and products are frequently produced in industrial environments using annealing static furnaces.
Metal materials are typically annealed in a static furnace. This furnace can either be cooled slowly to reach a suitable temperature profile or quickly to bring it down from high temperatures. Metal materials' structures alter and become soft and simple to process and form when heated to a specific high temperature. By adjusting variables like time and temperature throughout the heating and cooling process, the annealing static furnace can change the characteristics and structure of metal materials.
As a result, the following applications for the annealing static furnace are most common:
industrial production lines for producing metals that have better hardness and strength so as to enhance their material qualities;
metal recycling industry to lengthen the useful life of metal materials;
the business of manufacturing and processing metal items, such as pipes, frames, etc.
In order to improve the structure and qualities of metal materials and to increase their processability and service life, annealing static furnaces are widely employed in a variety of industries that need metal processing.