The Benefits of Cold Forging Metal Military Defense Components and Nuclear Part Applications
Many common types of cold forged military components that are used to build military, aircrafts, ships, and other military equipments are produced by the advanced metalworking process known as metal cold forging. Valve seats and hydro-cylinders are produced by cold forging and is used in the application of the devices used in taking off and landing of a military steamboat. The spacing body military component is commonly applied in accessories used in nuclear power stations and machineries, together with the damper. The nuclear and military part called the box is also used in the nuclear power train.
Cold forging these military parts and nuclear components will save material while improving the component efficiency and performance. The benefits of cold forging valve seats are that the components can be produced at a better production rate while consuming less material. Cold forging offers products that are stronger with higher tolerances. The cold forging process also allows for greater productivity rates and wastes less material, thus lowering costs. Cold forging military components and cold forging nuclear parts also saves money since products will be at net and near net shaped results after the cold forging process. This reduces the requirement for the customer’s product to need post processing expensive finishing work, such as heat treating and machining. Cold forging is a relatively new forging method in the military metal forging industry, and DF Precision military cold forging has been one of the few cold forging manufacturers that are specialized in cold forging for military companies and nuclear equipment and perfecting this technique since 1992. To learn more about cold forging at DF Precision Military cold forging, please call their Military Cold Forging Company office at 626-572-7988