Maximum hardness on required areas


Laser hardening uses a high power laser beam to achive a localized surface hardening on steel components. 

The irradiated area heats up in a controlled way to reach the austenization temperature (aprox. 1000ºC) followed by a fast cooling by thermal conduction driving to a micro structure modification and therefore an increase in hardness. 



  • Selective hardening. 
  • High speed process. 
  • Temperature control.
  • Self quenching witout the need of quenching media. 
  • Automatic process. 
  • Hardening depth up to 2 mm (depending on material).
  • Hardness as high as 60HRC can be reached depending on the steel.


  • Shafts.
  • Moulds and dies.
  • Cutting tools.
  • Rings.
  • Sleeves.
  • Valves.
  • Gears.