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  • Optimizing Gas Quenching - Vacuum Heat Treating and ...

    2021-6-29 · 7 readings for loads nitrogen gas quenched in 10 and 6 bar furnaces are plotted in Fig. 8. Note the effect of the slow ramp-up rate for the vari- able-drive gas blower in the 10 bar furnace. 'Obstacles' to gas quenching Plotted in Fig. 9 is a series of cooling curves for nitrogen gas quenching of a 10001b (455 kg) load of Schedule 40 steel pipe.

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  • FRIOFLEX HP. Low-pressure carburising and high-

    2021-7-7 · Loading process of a multi-chamber vacuum furnace. FRIOFLEX®HP. Low-pressure carburising and high-pressure gas quenching. Vacuheat was founded in 1999 as an alliance between ALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH, Hanau and the Gruppe Heat GmbH, Herzberg. The products treated at Vacuheat are mainly fuel injection pumps for diesel en-gines.

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  • The cooling process in gas quenching - Penn Engineering

    2012-5-28 · Journal of Materials Processing Technology 155–156 (2004) 1881–1888 The cooling process in gas quenching N. Liora,b,∗ a Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania, 297 Towne Building, 220 South 33rd …

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  • Vacuum Heat Treating and Brazing Services

    2021-6-29 · er atmosphere of pressure. The type of gas used as the quench- ing medium has an effect on cooling rates. 10-bar pressure may be an upper limit for gas quenching in nitrogen, due to the high fan motor horsepower need- ed to quench at higher pressures. In some cases, faster cooling can be obtained using a lighter gas, such as

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  • Vacuum Heat Treating of Fastener Materials

    2011-5-16 · sure quenching (up to 20 bar). Hardening by Gas Quenching (Alloy Steels). Hardening by inert gas pressure quenching (see Figure 4) at pressures of 2 to 20 bar is the most popular method of quenching in February 2011/Fastener Technology International xx vacuum furnaces. Nitrogen and then argon are the most com-mon quenching gases.

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  • Overview of Common Vacuum Furnace Equipment

    2016-3-9 · Gas quenching in sub-atmospheric to positive pressures of 2 – 25 bar pressure (Fig. 20) is even more commonplace. There is also some demand for units either having a combination of both oil and gas quenching (Fig. 21) or the capability of 2 – 5 bar pressure quenching over the surface of the oil.

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  • The cooling process in gas quenching - ScienceDirect

    2004-11-30 · A review of the cooling process in gas quenching, including flow in quench chambers, furnaces, and their components, and cooling of single and multi-body quench charges is presented, with emphasis on the fluid mechanics and heat transfer aspects. The state of the art can also be found in the citations contained in the quoted references. 2.

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  • CR2-1743 : Plasma carburizing with high pressure gas

    2018-10-4 · Gas Quenching Steel hardening Heat treatment 2.2 Abstract The mainaim of the conventional vacuum project was to install a plasma heat treatment plant with high carburizing process into a pressure gas quenching of nitrogen up to 10 bar and helium for carburized steel parts. To reach higher quenching velo~ties the fiu-nace was equipped with ...

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  • Processes - ALD Vacuum Technologies

    High pressure gas quenching . During high pressure gas quenching previously austenitized resp. thermochemically treated parts are quenched in an inert gas flow in a pressure range between 2 bar and 20 bar. High pressure gas quenching is an environmentally friendly and low distortion quench process compared to liquid quenching with oil, polymer ...

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  • Nitrex

    2021-7-27 · NITREX PROVIDES HEAT TREATMENT SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES THAT CONSISTENTLY SET INDUSTRY. BENCHMARKS, DEFINE STRENGTH, AND EXCEED THE MOST STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS FOR PERFORMANCE. COMPANY VALUES. TECHNOLOGY ORIENTATIONS. FURNACES …

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  • Optimizing Gas Quenching - Vacuum Heat Treating and ...

    2021-6-29 · 7 readings for loads nitrogen gas quenched in 10 and 6 bar furnaces are plotted in Fig. 8. Note the effect of the slow ramp-up rate for the vari- able-drive gas blower in the 10 bar furnace. 'Obstacles' to gas quenching Plotted in Fig. 9 is a series of cooling curves for nitrogen gas quenching of a 10001b (455 kg) load of Schedule 40 steel pipe.

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  • FRIOFLEX HP. Low-pressure carburising and high-

    2021-7-7 · Loading process of a multi-chamber vacuum furnace. FRIOFLEX®HP. Low-pressure carburising and high-pressure gas quenching. Vacuheat was founded in 1999 as an alliance between ALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH, Hanau and the Gruppe Heat GmbH, Herzberg. The products treated at Vacuheat are mainly fuel injection pumps for diesel en-gines.

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  • The cooling process in gas quenching - Penn Engineering

    2012-5-28 · Journal of Materials Processing Technology 155–156 (2004) 1881–1888 The cooling process in gas quenching N. Liora,b,∗ a Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania, 297 Towne Building, 220 South 33rd …

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  • Vacuum Heat Treating and Brazing Services

    2021-6-29 · er atmosphere of pressure. The type of gas used as the quench- ing medium has an effect on cooling rates. 10-bar pressure may be an upper limit for gas quenching in nitrogen, due to the high fan motor horsepower need- ed to quench at higher pressures. In some cases, faster cooling can be obtained using a lighter gas, such as

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  • Vacuum Heat Treating of Fastener Materials

    2011-5-16 · sure quenching (up to 20 bar). Hardening by Gas Quenching (Alloy Steels). Hardening by inert gas pressure quenching (see Figure 4) at pressures of 2 to 20 bar is the most popular method of quenching in February 2011/Fastener Technology International xx vacuum furnaces. Nitrogen and then argon are the most com-mon quenching gases.

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  • Overview of Common Vacuum Furnace Equipment

    2016-3-9 · Gas quenching in sub-atmospheric to positive pressures of 2 – 25 bar pressure (Fig. 20) is even more commonplace. There is also some demand for units either having a combination of both oil and gas quenching (Fig. 21) or the capability of 2 – 5 bar pressure quenching over the surface of the oil.

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  • The cooling process in gas quenching - ScienceDirect

    2004-11-30 · A review of the cooling process in gas quenching, including flow in quench chambers, furnaces, and their components, and cooling of single and multi-body quench charges is presented, with emphasis on the fluid mechanics and heat transfer aspects. The state of the art can also be found in the citations contained in the quoted references. 2.

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  • CR2-1743 : Plasma carburizing with high pressure gas

    2018-10-4 · Gas Quenching Steel hardening Heat treatment 2.2 Abstract The mainaim of the conventional vacuum project was to install a plasma heat treatment plant with high carburizing process into a pressure gas quenching of nitrogen up to 10 bar and helium for carburized steel parts. To reach higher quenching velo~ties the fiu-nace was equipped with ...

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  • Processes - ALD Vacuum Technologies

    High pressure gas quenching . During high pressure gas quenching previously austenitized resp. thermochemically treated parts are quenched in an inert gas flow in a pressure range between 2 bar and 20 bar. High pressure gas quenching is an environmentally friendly and low distortion quench process compared to liquid quenching with oil, polymer ...

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  • Nitrex

    2021-7-27 · NITREX PROVIDES HEAT TREATMENT SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES THAT CONSISTENTLY SET INDUSTRY. BENCHMARKS, DEFINE STRENGTH, AND EXCEED THE MOST STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS FOR PERFORMANCE. COMPANY VALUES. TECHNOLOGY ORIENTATIONS. FURNACES & TECHNOLOGIES.

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  • Vacuum Furnaces, Vacuum Draws/Tempers - gvtinc.com

    2021-8-10 · Item# 20-4304-2 Ipsen 2 Bar Bottom Load Vacuum Furnace. Manufacturer: Ipsen Type: Bottom Load Vacuum Furnace Quench Pressure: 2-Bar Argon or Nitrogen Cooling Work Zone: 48' Diameter x 54' High Operating Temperature: 800F - 2400F Temperature Uniformity: +/-10F between 1000F and 2400F Equivalent to Class 2 Furnace in AMS2750E standards

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  • Processes - ALD Vacuum Technologies

    High pressure gas quenching . During high pressure gas quenching previously austenitized resp. thermochemically treated parts are quenched in an inert gas flow in a pressure range between 2 bar and 20 bar. High pressure gas quenching is an environmentally friendly and low distortion quench process compared to liquid quenching …

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  • Mentor Pro Vacuum Furnace - Solar Manufacturing

    Mentor ® Pro Vacuum Furnace Mid-sized, economical production furnaces. The Mentor ® Pro, model HFL-3036-2IQ, is a horizontal, front loading, mid-sized, vacuum heat treating and brazing furnace generally designed and developed to accommodate mid-size furnace loads in an efficient and economical manner. It is a high temperature, high vacuum, batch-type furnace …

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  • LPSC FINAL SPECIFICIATION VACUUM FURNACE

    2019-3-22 · Cooling/quenching rates : Vacuum furnace cooling (1 oC-10 oC/min), Controlled/programmable. Fast gas quenching up to 2 bar abs. Cooling/quenching gas : Argon/Nitrogen Max.charge load : 15 Kgs of steel Leak Rate : Total leak rate : ≤1X10-3 mbar lit/sec Individual leak rate: ≤1X10-8 mbar lit/sec

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  • Comparison of Electric Furnace, AOD furnace, LF furnace ...

    2021-7-15 · The mixed gas of oxygen and argon or nitrogen is blown into the central pipe of tuyere. By adjusting the oxygen argon ratio, the partial pressure of carbon monoxide can be reduced to achieve the goal of decarbonization and chromium preservation. AOD furnace tuyere type is unique, it is the consumption of gas cooling tuyere.

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  • Simulation of Gas Quenching of Steel Parts

    2016-1-29 · Simulation of Gas Quenching of Steel Parts By B. Lynn Ferguson, Zhichao (Charlie) Li, and Andrew M. Freborg One major difference between immersion quenching and gas quenching is the pres-ence of boiling during the early stages of quenching in oil or water. The formation of a vapor phase has a significant effect on

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  • (PDF) Forced Circulation of Nitrogen Gas for Accelerated ...

    2019-9-5 · study, the cooling chamber was controlled to be fill ed with nitrogen at a pressure of 5 bar. This This nitrogen gas exchanged heat with the workpiece s it contacted, resulting in an accelerated ...

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  • High Pressure Gas Quenching - SlideShare

    2015-3-28 · High Pressure Gas Quenching 1. High Pressure Gas Quench High Pressure Gas Quenching Advantages of Gas Quenching 2. High Pressure Gas Quench Reduction of hardening distortion and/or variation of distortion Quenching intensity adjustable by of gas pressure and gas velocity Process flexibility Clean, non-toxic working conditions Integration into manufacturing lines Reproducible quenching …

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  • Simulation of Gas Quenching of Steel Parts

    2013-9-13 · The measured cooling curves for three locations clearly show the cooling non-uniformity that was present in this particular ring gear during 20 bar nitrogen gas quenching. The modelling attempt was to optimize the cooling practice by adjusting the fan speed and hold time for three arbitrary stages of quenching so that distortion would be minimized.

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  • Industrial Heating

    Industrial Heating, thermal processing technical journal covering heat treating, & ferrous & nonferrous thermal processes in excess of 1000 degrees F.

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  • Vacuum Furnaces Archives - The Furnace Source

    15” High x 15” Wide x 70” Deep Vacuum Furnace. ... • Rough vacuum, partial pressure, or full atmosphere operation with nitrogen or argon. ... High Vacuum Furnace with One-Bar/Two-Bar Quench Cooling. Features: • Standard one-year warranty. • This is a totally packaged and assembled unit …

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  • Vacuum Heat Treating of Fastener Materials

    2011-5-16 · sure quenching (up to 20 bar). Hardening by Gas Quenching (Alloy Steels). Hardening by inert gas pressure quenching (see Figure 4) at pressures of 2 to 20 bar is the most popular method of quenching in February 2011/Fastener Technology International xx vacuum furnaces. Nitrogen and then argon are the most com-mon quenching gases.

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  • LPSC FINAL SPECIFICIATION VACUUM FURNACE

    2019-3-22 · Cooling/quenching rates : Vacuum furnace cooling (1 oC-10 oC/min), Controlled/programmable. Fast gas quenching up to 2 bar abs. Cooling/quenching gas : Argon/Nitrogen Max.charge load : 15 Kgs of steel Leak Rate : Total leak rate : ≤1X10-3 mbar lit/sec Individual leak rate: ≤1X10-8 mbar lit/sec

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  • Should I Use Argon or Nitrogen for my Application?

    2016-9-15 · A rgon and nitrogen are quite similar in inertness, but are vastly different in cost, both economic and environmental.. Argon, the noble gas. Argon is the most common gas in the atmosphere besides Nitrogen and Oxygen. Argon is a noble gas (like helium) which means that it is completely inert. Argon will not readily react with any other substance.

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  • Cooling Nitrogen Gases

    2021-8-13 · Thermonics gas chiller systems are designed for cooling gasses (nitrogen, argon) and clean-dry-air (CDA) for a variety of process cooling applications. The gas chillers can be configured with auto-cascade or cryogenic cooling technologies for low and ultra-low temperature cooling .

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  • Vacuum Furnace End-User Q&A Community

    2020-8-20 · The term 2-bar is typically describing the quenching pressure capability of the furnace. A 2-bar operates (quenches) at 2-bar or 15 psig. A 6-bar would of course be operating at 6-bar when quenching. Typically quenching pressures are selectable and …

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  • COMPUTER SIMULATION STUDY OF HIGH-PRESSURE

    2015-9-16 · Vacuum furnaces for high pressure gas quenching have been used for almost thirty years. They have become increasingly favoured for hardening required thickness of some high strength steel elements (shown, for example, in Fig. 1). The quenching technology have progressed in recent years from furnaces with nitrogen at a pressure of 5 bars to systems

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  • Formation of Nitrogen Oxides by Nanosecond Pulsed

    2019-3-29 · A gas–liquid-film flow reactor with a nanosecond pulsed power supply was utilized to produce nitrogen oxides from Ar/N 2 mixtures (gas phase) and deionized water (liquid phase). Chemical analysis of the stable products found in both the gas and liquid phases was performed and chemical quenching was incorporated for the liquid phase samples in order to eliminate post plasma reactions.

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  • Outstanding LPC Case Hardening of Pyrowear® Alloy 53 ...

    2015-3-9 · Pyrowear® Alloy 53 steel is an excellent material for the construction of drive transmission components (gears, shafts, etc.) that must operate in difficult conditions, primarily in the aviation industry (Fig. 1). Among the properties of such items is high …

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  • The ABC of steel - SSAB

    C. Carbon dioxide – CO 2, a colorless gas, soluble in water to form carbonic acid; included in carbonated drinks and comprises 0.04% of the atmosphere and is identified as a greenhouse gas Carbon monoxide – CO, a colorless and odorless energy-rich gas which burns with a blue flame; noxious. Upon combustion, carbon dioxide is formed Carbon steel – Unalloyed steel

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  • NEXT-GENERATION HPQ VACUUM FURNACE V

    2013-10-10 · acuum furnaces with high pressure gas quenching (HPQ, or high-pressure quench) have been used for more than 25 years for heat treatment of tool steels, HSLAsteels, and other metal alloys. Today, standard HPQ furnaces are designed with cooling pressures of 6, 10, 15 and 25 bar. HPQ furnaces have been inte-grated as an industry standard because

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  • (PDF) 'Maximizing Quenching and Cooling in Vacuum

    2015-10-20 · This paper discusses the vacuum heat treating of moulds and dies (over 5 metric tons) in the newly developed Super TurboTM vacuum furnace with 15·105 Pa nitrogen gas quench combined with ...

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  • Safety Aspects of Hydrogen at Low and High Velocity

    2019-9-13 · Cooling for HPGQ (High Pressure Gas Quenching) in Vacuum Furnaces after LPC (Low Pressure Carburizing) of Carburizing Steels and Solution Treating of Austenitic Stainless Steels (in process ... FLAMMABILITY RANGES OF COMPONENTS IN FURNACE ATMOSPHERE Gas H 2 CO CH 4 NH 3 CH 3OH % Volume in Air 4.0 12.5 5.3 15.0 6.7 74.0 74 14 28.0 36 Low density H

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  • Intelligent Gas Carburizing with Super IQ ™

    2019-9-15 · In carburizing, for instance, the workhorse furnace is the atmosphere gas carburizing furnace with integral oil quench. However, inroads in this hardening market have been made by so-called “low pressure carburizing” (LPC) furnaces. LPC uses a carbon gas, but it is introduced at pressures below atmospheric pressure (i.e. vacuum).

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  • Seven (7) Very Important Tips for Improving Vacuum ...

    2018-5-8 · Introduction of the partial pressure gas into the furnace hot zone at one or more locations, having the gas enter as a continuous flow stream and holding pressure over a predetermined range (rather than trying to operate at a single pressure) are important. The choice of partial pressure gas …

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  • ARCI - Processing

    Vacuum (10^-6 Torr), Argon, Nitogen, Hydrogen (upto 1900 degree C); Quenching provision (forced gas quenching) System details: This multi-purpose furnace has wide range of options to carry out heat treatment, powder sintering and annealing under high (10^-6 torr) vacuum and up to 1-3 psig positive pressure of argon, nitrogen or hydrogen atmosphere.

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  • Tube Furnace w Hi-Vacuum (1E-4 torr) & 3 Channel Gas

    The OTF-1200X-HVC series furnace workstation consists of an OTF-1200X series tube furnace, a precision mass flow gas control station, a high vacuum station, and other assembling parts. The max. working temperature of this workstation is 1200°C. The ultimate vacuum rate goes to 10^-4 torr (with our sealing assembly provided).

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  • High Pressure Gas Quenching - SlideShare

    2015-3-28 · High Pressure Gas Quenching 1. High Pressure Gas Quench High Pressure Gas Quenching Advantages of Gas Quenching 2. High Pressure Gas Quench Reduction of hardening distortion and/or variation of distortion Quenching intensity adjustable by of gas pressure and gas velocity Process flexibility Clean, non-toxic working conditions Integration into manufacturing lines Reproducible quenching …

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  • Heat Treatment Study of Nb3Sn CICC

    2012-4-13 · The heat treatment process lasted for about 15 days, during that time the vacuity of the furnace chamber maintained at 1.0×10 −3 Pa, and continuous argon gas flowed in the CICC of the magnet with the mass flow rate of 0.1 L/s, the pressure drop of the CICC were also monitored and it is about 5 bar between the inlet and outlet of the CICC.

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  • steel - Treating of steel

    2021-8-17 · steel - steel - Treating of steel: In principle, heat-treating already takes place when steel is hot-rolled at a particular temperature and cooled afterward at a certain rate, but there are also many heat-treating process facilities specifically designed to …

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  • Vacuum Furnaces - Manufacturers & Suppliers in India

    High-Temperature Tube Furnaces - Gas Atmosphere or Vacuum ... Max 2000 Degree C. Quenching Medium: Nitrogen, Argon, Helium. Application: Brazing Industry ... Hot Zone Size: From 300 Dia to 2000 Dia (mm) Operating Pressures: From Furnace Cooling To 15 Bar…

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  • Safety Aspects of Hydrogen at Low and High Velocity

    2019-9-13 · Cooling for HPGQ (High Pressure Gas Quenching) in Vacuum Furnaces after LPC (Low Pressure Carburizing) of Carburizing Steels and Solution Treating of Austenitic Stainless Steels (in process ... FLAMMABILITY RANGES OF COMPONENTS IN FURNACE ATMOSPHERE Gas H 2 CO CH 4 NH 3 CH 3OH % Volume in Air 4.0 12.5 5.3 15.0 6.7 74.0 74 14 28.0 36 Low density H

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  • Heat treat furnace with multi-bar high convective gas

    1995-6-6 · An improved cooling arrangement is disclosed for an industrial heat treat furnace. The furnace includes a closed end cylindrical heat treat chamber in which a plenum plate is suspended adjacent the rear end thereof. The plenum plate has a central underpressure opening and a fan between the rearward end of the furnace and the plate develops a wind mass which circulates into the furnace chamber ...

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  • ARCI - Processing

    Vacuum (10^-6 Torr), Argon, Nitogen, Hydrogen (upto 1900 degree C); Quenching provision (forced gas quenching) System details: This multi-purpose furnace has wide range of options to carry out heat treatment, powder sintering and annealing under high (10^-6 torr) vacuum and up to 1-3 psig positive pressure of argon, nitrogen or hydrogen atmosphere.

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  • Heat Treatment Study of Nb3Sn CICC

    2012-4-13 · The heat treatment process lasted for about 15 days, during that time the vacuity of the furnace chamber maintained at 1.0×10 −3 Pa, and continuous argon gas flowed in the CICC of the magnet with the mass flow rate of 0.1 L/s, the pressure drop of the CICC were also monitored and it is about 5 bar between the inlet and outlet of the CICC.

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  • Method for hardfacing a metal surface - Deere & Company

    1997-10-21 · Low pressure (100-200 μm) inert gas, e.g., argon or helium, furnace operation is also suitable. At low pressures, nitrogen also can be used though not as satisfactorily as argon or other inert gases. However, high vacuum and low pressure inert gas operations in a vacuum furnace in a production environment are relatively expensive and slow.

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  • Sintering - Powder Metallurgy - Beyond Discovery

    2021-7-21 · Sintering. Most commercial sintering of stainless steel parts is completed in belt, pusher, walking beam, and vacuum furnaces. A wide range of processing parameters is common. Typical sintering atmospheres include hydrogen, dissociated ammonia, H2-N2 mixtures, and all of 'low' dew point, as well as vacuum. Sintering temperatures range from 1120 ...

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  • (PDF) Metallurgical influence on quench distortion of SAE ...

    66 Nozzle field quenching may attain quench severities comparable to oil using low pressure (125-300 mbar) air. 36,39 Cooling rates could be further increased by the addition of helium or hydrogen

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  • Methods for carburizing steel parts - Airco, Inc.

    What is claimed is: 1. A method of carburizing steel workpieces in the work chamber of a vestibule furnace while avoiding explosion hazards without the use of a carrier gas such as endothermic or purified exothermic gas, comprising the steps of heating said work chamber to a temperature of at least 1350° F., introducing an inert gas into the vestibule of said furnace at a flow rate of less ...

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  • US5879743A - Method for hardfacing a metal surface ...

    A wear-resistant hardfacing and a method for applying such a hardfacing is taught herein. A finely powdered, wear-resistant alloy and a polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) solution slurry is coated onto the metal surface of a tool, implement, or similar item to be hardfaced. Alternatively, a binding coating of PVA solution may be applied to the metal surface followed by application of a layer of a ...

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  • 5 75 1945 since years ASSAB 8407 SUPREME

    2020-4-20 · Nitriding in ammonia gas at 510 °C or plasma nitriding in a 75% hydrogen/25% nitrogen mixture at 480 °C both result in a surface hardness of about 1100 HV 0.2. In general, plasma nitriding is the preferred method because of better control over nitrogen potential; in particular, formation of the so called white layer,

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  • Vacuum electrothermal equipment: achievements and ...

    2011-5-25 · All the furnace designs being discussed in this article have a vacuum system. The various approaches that are used to design the vacuum system itself are well-known and have been documented in [], among other places.At every stage of the furnace’s operation, the limiting residual pressure specified by the given technology determines the choices made for the materials and equipment that can ...

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  • Method for hardfacing a metal surface - Deere & Company

    1997-10-21 · Low pressure (100-200 μm) inert gas, e.g., argon or helium, furnace operation is also suitable. At low pressures, nitrogen also can be used though not as satisfactorily as argon or other inert gases. However, high vacuum and low pressure inert gas operations in a vacuum furnace in a production environment are relatively expensive and slow.

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  • Flux melting of metal–organic frameworks - Chemical ...

    A considerable degree of accessible porosity was found for a g [(ZIF-8) 0.2 (ZIF-62) 0.8], i.e. upon flux melting and quenching of (ZIF-8)(ZIF-62)(20/80). This glass took up 19 mL STP per g of CO 2 at 1 bar , which equates to 3.6 wt%. The desorption isotherm …

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  • Phantom Thermocouple Spikes [Text] - PLCS.net ...

    This particular order/part/recipe has some sort of spike ~85% of the time, while the others probably less than 5%. 1) Grounded the TC to the load by soldering a short pigtail to the hot junction that made contact with the load. 3) 100mcF capacitor between TC (+) and TC (-) and jumped TC (-) to GND at the PLC.

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  • Metallurgical Terminology Glossary

    A surface hardening process involving heating in an atmosphere of ammonia, or in contact with a nitrogen-bearing material, so as to promote the absorption of nitrogen. Nitrogen Flush Bubbling nitrogen gas through a metal melt under vacuum (as with valve bronze), to improve tensile properties and pressure tightness.

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  • 440C Heat Treating

    Description: Drop Bottom Solution Heat Treat Furnaces with quench meet AMS, BAC, and client specifications. The function of a Solution Heat Treat Furnace is to bring component parts to an elevated temperature and then rapidly transfer them to a quench (liquid or air) system. The Application: Quenching; Atmosphere: Air Oxidizing, Inert, Salt Bath ...

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  • Corrosion resistant steel components and method of ...

    In a modification of the above described specific example, the rod was oxidised for 15 minutes at 400° C. in the exothermic gas mixture, but during the last 5 minutes of the 15 minute cycle, sulphur dioxide was introduced into the furnace in an amount such as to give a concentration of 0.25% by volume in the furnace atmosphere.

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  • PSM INTERNSHIP 2 - SlideShare

    2016-10-22 · In ladle furnace reducing atmosphere. 9. Ladle weight=5570kg 10. Ladle height=2880mm PROCESSING: 1. Slag making using lime 2. CaO react with sulphur and desulfurization and make slag. 3. In ladle furnace purging through purge plug, Argon or nitrogen gas used for purging. 4. Mostly purging through argon gas …

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  • Themodynamics Cengel & Boles 5th edition - Solutions ...

    2020-10-23 · 4–150 A 3-m3 rigid tank contains nitrogen gas at 500 kPa and 300 K. Now heat is transferred to the nitrogen in the tank and the pressure of nitrogen rises to 800 kPa. The work done during this process is (a) 500 kJ (d) 900 kJ (b) 1500 kJ (e) 2400 …

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