Stress Relief

Vacuum treatments are an effective method to improve the mechanical and physical properties of metal materials through thermal manipulation in a controlled vacuum environment. This type of heat treatment is commonly used for sensitive materials. By removing oxygen and other gases, the formation of oxides and other unwanted chemical reactions during heat treatment is avoided.

In addition, vacuum treatments can also be used to reduce the porosity of the material and improve its resistance to corrosion and wear.

Vacuum treatments

Tratamientos en Vacío, Recocido / Solubilizado

Annealing / Solution treatment

These are used to regenerate the structures of the materials and recover states to allow other Heat treatments to be carried out.

Tratamientos en Vacío, Temple y Revenido en Vacío

Vacuum quenching and tempering

A highly beneficial process that improves dimensional stability and prevents decarburisation of steel compared to conventional treatments. This provides the possibility of treating a wide range of steels, including semi-finished parts.

Tratamientos en Vacío, Envejecimiento


Process that is applied to metal alloys to improve their mechanical properties. This process is based on the controlled formation of fine, dispersed particles within the crystalline structure of the material, which increases its strength and stiffness without sacrificing resilience.

Tratamientos en Vacío, Alivio de Tensiones

Stress Relief

Process applied to metal materials with the aim of reducing or eliminating internal stresses that may have arisen during manufacturing, welding, plastic deformation, or machining.

Tratamientos en Vacío, Aleaciones Especiales

Special Alloys

Set of industrial processes that are used to modify the physical and mechanical properties of metal alloys, in order to improve their strength, hardness, resilience, ductility or any other specific characteristic.