Spheroidize annealing ( Full annealing ): This method, which is generally applied to high carbon steels, is carried out by long annealing in the Ac1 line region. The general purpose of this method is to give ductility to the material.
Stress Relieving Annealing: It is a heat treatment method for 1-2 hours depending on the material thickness between 500-680 ° in order to eliminate the tensions formed after cold forming and welded manufacturing.
Recrystallization Annealing: Hardening occurs due to dislocations after plastic deformation. These hardnesses cause cracking after a certain time and the workability of the material decreases for the next process. It is a type of heat treatment which is generally performed in the range of 600-700 with a waiting time of 1-2 hours in order to regain the ductility of the material.
Normalizing Annealing : It is a type of heat treatment with fast cooling just above the AC3 line to return the elongated grains to the initial structure after cold forming.
Quenching: It is a type of heat treatment which is heated at 1000-1050 temperatures and fast cooling with water in order to correct the deteriorated grain structures of stainless steels.