Nitriding / Nitrocarburising furnaces

Currently, you can choose between different methods of forming the desired layers - nitriding under vacuum, nitriding in gas (controlled atmosphere), plasma (ionic) nitriding.

The vacuum nitriding processes take place at temperatures of 400-600 ° C and the gaseous atmosphere is composed of NH3, N2, N2O eventually CO2. The advantages of this heat treatment process include the choice of layer composition, faster process kinetics, compact compound layer, low gas consumption, surface cleanliness of processed parts, ecology.

Using the method of process control using the nitriding number, quality and reproducible results of this chemical-heat treatment can be obtained.

Vacuum furnaces (B.M.I.)

  • Without surface oxidation and decarburization
  • Low pressure nitriding
  • Low gas and electricity consumption
  • Direct heating
  • Inconel heating chamber
  • Rapid heating and cooling
  • Post-oxidation
Vacuum furnaces

Furnaces with controlled atmosphere (IVA)

  • Without surface oxidation and decarburization
  • Electric / gas heating
  • Retort heating
  • Direct and indirect cooling
  • Control of Kn number using H2 probe
  • Pre-oxidation and post-oxidation
Furnaces with controlled atmosphere

Plasma (ion) nitriding (B.M.I.)

  • Bell furnace with cold wall
  • Nitriding with N2 + H2
  • The second base for assembling the batch
  • Additional heating
  • High frequency plasma generator
  • Rapid cooling by inert gas flow
  • Temperature measurement directly in the batch
  • Economic and ecological operation
Plasma (ion) nitriding

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