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Processes - Plasma Nitriding & Nitrocarburising

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Plasma nitriding normally occurs at temperatures of 450 to 600 °C in a vacuum with the aid of plasma generated by a glow discharge on the workpiece surface. A special technical feature of this process is the possibility of using mechanical masking to provide accurate partial nitriding.

The plasma nitrocarburising process is usually carried out at temperatures between 570 and 580 °C in a gas mixture that provides both nitrogen and carbon to the surface of the material. The addition of carbon to the atmosphere reduces the overall time of the nitriding process to generate a specific case depth.

Plasma nitriding normally occurs at temperatures of 450 to 600 °C in a vacuum with the aid of plasma generated by a glow discharge on the workpiece surface. A special technical feature of this process is the possibility of using mechanical masking to provide accurate partial nitriding.

Plasma nitriding normally occurs at temperatures of 450 to 600 °C in a vacuum with the aid of plasma generated by a glow discharge on the workpiece surface. A special technical feature of this process is the possibility of using mechanical masking to provide accurate partial nitriding.

The plasma nitrocarburising process is usually carried out at temperatures between 570 and 580 °C in a gas mixture that provides both nitrogen and carbon to the surface of the material. The addition of carbon to the atmosphere reduces the overall time of the nitriding process to generate a specific case depth.

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