Strip Annealing Simulator
A Dedicated Simulation System for Optimizing Continuous Annealing, Galvanizing and Coating Lines
The Gleeble 525 Strip Annealing Simulator is a low-cost system built specifically for simulating thermal cycles in sheet specimens, including continuous annealing line, batch annealing, Quenching and Tempering (Q+T), Quenching and Partitioning (Q+P) and other heat treatment processes.
The Gleeble 525 is designed to be used on the production floor or in a research lab. The easy to use system can quickly run tests and simulations on wide specimens to help researchers make better processing decisions.
Gleeble technology makes it easy to reproduce real-world annealing thermal cycles on steel sheet or strip materials. Unlike expensive mill trials, simulations help staff quickly and efficiently optimize annealing procedures to improve profitability, increase production, and reduce waste by quickly providing the information needed to make better processing decisions
Build More Efficient Line Schedules
Simulation data helps line metallurgists reduce the number of expensive mill trials and provides insight to more efficiently schedule different grades, gauges and specifications. The Gleeble 525 can rapidly and dynamically heat and quench sheet specimens to accurately simulate annealing, galvanizing, and coating line processing. The system can be used to reproduce and evaluate existing processes, experiment with process modifications, or troubleshoot problems.
DSI Strip Annealing Systems Offer the Following Capabilities:
The Gleeble 525 includes a proportional quench system which dynamically cools the specimen using a custom-designed quench spray head. The quench system utilizes a gas supply such as nitrogen, argon, or compressed air.
Thermal uniformity within the specimen, the difference from the center measurement to the edge measurement is verified by measuring specimen temperature with thermocouples secured onto the specimen.
For more information about how Gleeble Systems can help you and your team solve material and processing challenges, please contact a member of our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 (518) 283-5350.