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Curtis Thermal Processing (CTP) was built in 2009 and is a wholly-owned heat treat facility of Commercial Steel Treating. CTP is located less than one mile from our Curtis Metal Finishing plant in Machesney Park Illinois.

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Process Capabilities

Serving the Automotive, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Industries around the USA.

Our company offers a wide array of Heat Treating capabilities and technical support. Listed below is a comprehensive list of Heat Treating services we offer.

Bulk loading of Gears for Batch Heat Treating

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  • Neutral Harden
  • Carburize
  • Carbonitride
  • Stress Relieve
  • Anneal
  • Normalize
  • Solution Treating
  • Induction Hardening (Fastener Tips)
  • Age Hardening

Equipment Process Temp Description
Atmospheric Batch
Integral Quench (Oil)
Carbonitride
Carburize and Harden
Neutral Hardening
Normalizing
Annealing
Carbon Restoration
Solution Treating
Age Hardening
1850

Batch Processing
Rack or Bulk Load (100,000 lbs./day)

Atmosphere Continuous (Belt) Oil Quench Carbonitride
Carburize and Harden
Carbon-Restoration
Neutral Hardening
Stress Relieving
Solution Treating
1650 High Volume Fastener & Small stamping
Processing. 1/4" to M14 diameter with lengths up 10" (500,000 lbs./day) Capacity
Atmosphere Induction
Polymer Quench
Induction Hardening & Temper 1650
Selective Hardening of Fastener Tips
M8 to M12 Diameter
1" to 4 " Length
Induction Pattern
Atmosphere Continuous (Rotary) Oil Quench Carbonitride
Carburize and Harden
Neutral Hardening
1800 Production Processing of Non-Standard Configurations
(70,000 lbs./day)
Homocarburizing Carbonitride
Carburize and Harden
Neutral Hardening
1750 Heavy Tooling and Low Volume Production
(40,000 lbs./day)