Warm and Hot Forged Components

Warm forging is advantageous because of its cost effectiveness. The temperature range is above room temperature to just below recrystallization temperature. It has many advantages over cold forging like it gives high ductility to the metal, does not require annealing prior to the forging process and does not require heat treatment.

Hot forging on the other hand occurs at a temperature and strain rate such that deformation and recrystallization occur simultaneously. During this process a high temperature must be attained at all times and throughout the process.

We have the expertise of making bigger and more complex components, up to 7.5 kg, using hot and warm forging, which cannot be done through cold forging. For a cleaner and safer environment we use only electricity for hot forging.