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Hauck Heat Treatment Ltd provides a range of Surface Treatment and Heat Treatment services to the UK engineering industry. Hauck Heat Treatment is part of the Industrial Services division of Aalberts Industries NV.

Our team of specialists provide customers with access to extensive experience and excellent expert metallurgical knowledge. In addition to offering a full range of traditional heat treatment processes, Hauck Heat Treatment also provide special treatments designed to overcome specific problems such as abrasion, corrosion and adhesion.

With services delivered through 6 strategically located sites, and supported by an extensive transport network, Hauck Heat Treatment are able to supply the contract heat and surface treatment services required by manufacturing industry to highest service and quality levels. All sites are approved to the latest ISO 9001:2015 standard. Specific sites also offer other approvals such as CQI-9, EN/AS9100 REV D and Nadcap Aerospace accreditation. 

For more general enquiries on progress of work please contact the relevant site directly. Details can be found on the contact us page or individual site pages.

 
 
 
Welcome

Hauck Heat Treatment Ltd provides a range of Surface Treatment and Heat Treatment services to the UK engineering industry. Hauck Heat Treatment is part of the Industrial Services division of Aalberts Industries NV.

Our team of specialists provide customers with access to extensive experience and excellent expert metallurgical knowledge. In addition to offering a full range of traditional heat treatment processes, Hauck Heat Treatment also provide special treatments designed to overcome specific problems such as abrasion, corrosion and adhesion.

 
 
 


 Hauck Heat Treatment Ltd | Disclaimer

Registered Address.: Hauck Heat Treatment Ltd, 39-43 Bilton Way, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 1UU, UK

Tel: 01582 488344  Fax: 01582 431219


 
 
 

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