What is the procedure for carburising?

The process of carburizing involves the use of heat, where steel or iron absorbs a liberal amount of carbon. This takes place as the metal undergoes heating with the presence of materials that contain carbon, like carbon monoxide and charcoal. The purpose of this process is to make the metal harder and manageable.

Is heat treatment required after carburizing?

ADVERTISEMENTS: Carburised parts are generally heat treated for following reasons: 1. To develop hard and wear resistant surfaces.

What are two steps to carburizing?

Although atmosphere carburizing consists of several process steps [3], it can be simplified to include two major processes: carbon generation in the furnace and carbon diffusion into the workpiece. The former provides carbon atoms while the latter determines the carbon concentration gradient.

Why choose carburizing heat treat?

Our superior quench and process controls enable the parts we heat treat (and not just the test pieces) to exceed the increasingly demanding property requirements of modern manufacturing. The carburizing heat treatment process for machined parts and stampings starts with austenitizing the heat-treat load in a controlled, carbon-rich atmosphere.

What type of Furnace is used for carburizing heat treatment?

All cycles for carburizing heat treatment of machined parts and stampings are run in one of our numerous batch-type furnaces. These furnaces allow for optimum process and lot control.

What is the temperature of carburizing?

Gas carburizing is normally carried out at a temperature within the range of 900 to 950 °C. In oxy-acetylene welding, a carburizing flame is one with little oxygen, which produces a sooty, lower-temperature flame. It is often used to anneal metal, making it more malleable and flexible during the welding process.

What is carburizing?

Carburizing also referred to as Case Hardening, is a heat treatment process that produces a surface that is resistant to wear, while maintaining the toughness and strength of the core. This treatment is applied to low carbon steel parts after machining, as well as high alloy steel bearings, gears, and other components.