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Ferritic nitrocarburizing (sometimes abbreviated FNC) is a case hardening processes that diffuses nitrogen and carbon into ferrous metals at sub-critical temperatures during a salt bath.
The ferritic nitrocarburizing finish isn't a coating, but rather a chemical diffusion of carbon atoms into steel.
Founded in 1946, the company pioneered advancements in ferritic nitrocarburizing with the development of the H&M Blacknitride+[TM] process.
Atmosphere Annealing has more than 400,000 tons of installed heat treating capacity including annealing, ferritic nitrocarburizing, normalising, and quench and temper processing for various industries, including automotive, light and heavy truck, agriculture, and energy.
Tenifer is a liquid ferritic nitrocarburizing process that was created to improve wear by resisting scuffing and corrosion.
"NiCorr" is a trademarked name for ferritic nitrocarburizing, a case hardening treatment that is tougher than Parkerizing.
In its production of cast components, AEP uses a significant amount of nitrogen for isothermal annealing and ferritic nitrocarburizing. The facility also uses nitrogen as a pressurizing gas during pouring and as a blanket gas to prevent oxidation during heat treatment.
Pye, Practical Nitriding and Ferritic Nitrocarburizing, Materials Park, Ohio, Ohio, USA, 2003.
Editor Totten (Portland State U.) presents 13 separately authored chapters that discuss steel nomenclature; classification and mechanisms of steel transformation; fundamental concepts in steel heat treatment; effects of alloying elements on the heat treatment of steel; hardenability; steel heat treatment; heat treatment with gaseous atmospheres; nitriding techniques, ferritic nitrocarburizing, and austenitic nitrocarburizing techniques and methods; quenching and quenching technology; distortion of heat-treated components; tool steels; stainless steel heat treatment; and heat treatment of powder metallurgy steel components.
Provides Dyna-Blue mold treatment, a low-temperature ferritic nitrocarburizing process that hardens the metal surface and adds lubricity and release properties.
Technically, it's a QPC ("quench, polish, quench") ferritic nitrocarburizing (nitriding) process.
Another third of the book--the chapters on steel nomenclature; heat treatment with gaseous atmospheres; nitriding techniques, quenching and quenching technology; and ferritic nitrocarburizing, and austenitic nitrocarburizing techniques and methods--have undergone extensive revision.