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  • Low pressure carburising - LPC solutions – Bodycote plc

    A case hardening process carried out at a very low pressure and elevated temperature to obtain a hardened surface layer of tempered martensite and a tough core.

  • (Article) Low Pressure Carburizing Comparison - ECM USA

    Conventional Carburizing Furnace Versus Low Pressure Carburizing Furnace. Authors: Pierre Rousset – Technical Operations Director from ECM USA Vincent Lelong – Metallurgist from ECM USA. Many developments have been carried out in carburizing technology and many articles on this process have been written.

  • Low pressure carburizing - practical experiences - SECO/WARWICK

    low pressure carburizing (LPC) and high pressure gas quenching (HPGQ) : carburizing with acethylene, ethylene and hydrogen, cooling with 15 bar nitrogen. The article shows the examples of LPC in practical heat treatment. The published results of 16MnCr5 steel heat treatment demonstrate very good efficiency of LPC

  • Low pressure carburising - ECM Technologies - ECM Furnaces

    Specialist in low pressure carburizing, ECM Technologies develops innovative solutions to industry professionals worldwide. C2H2 Acetylene - used for low pressure carburising - and N2 nitrogen - used for diffusion - are the most common gases used in the Infracarb? process, under standard conditions. Acetylene is a

  • Low Pressure Carburizing Furnace using Ipsen Avac Process

    AvaC – The Ipsen Innovation for Low-Pressure Carburizing with Acetylene. Ipsen's AvaC? (acetylene vacuum carburizing) is a technology exclusive to Ipsen that uses acetylene to virtually eliminate soot and tar, while greatly increasing carburizing power even for blind or through holes. AvaC process configurations are

  • Low-Pressure Carburising Systems: A Review of - Edwards Vacuum

    way under low pressure. The range of material types being carburised under vacuum is increasing with a strongly upward trend towards vacuum carburising evident in many areas. In choosing a suitable carburising process, three main choices have to be made: - which carburising technique and gas (or gases) to employ;

  • Low Pressure Carburizing of Large Transmission - Gear Technology

    Introduction. The combination of fine core resistant case hardening steels and suitable high temperature vacuum processes will lead to increased productivity especially in the large trans- mission industry, i.e., wind energy. Therefore, low pressure carburizing in combination with high pressure gas quenching. (HPGQ) as

  • Low Pressure Carburizing and Gas Quenching Processes

    B. Lynn Ferguson. DANTE Solutions, Inc. 7261 Engle Road, Suite 105. Cleveland, OH 44130. (440) 234-8477 www.dante-solutions. Low Pressure Carburizing and Gas Quenching. Processes

  • Low Pressure Carburizing for Transmissions- Gear Solutions

    Jul 1, 2009 For decades gear manufacturers used atmosphere batch furnaces with integral oil quenches for the case hardening process. In recent years low pressure carburizing (LPC) and high pressure gas quenching (HPGQ) have become a preferred technology for fuel injection components and for the latest

  • Distortion Analysis of Low Pressure Carburized - KTH Diva

    Abstract. During the last 10 years, low pressure carburizing and high pressure gas quenching has become more popular since it is a “new” process and researchers reports that the distortion characteristics gained from these processes is improved in relation to conventional processes. The aim of this work was to investigate

  • Low pressure carburising - LPC solutions – Bodycote plc

    A case hardening process carried out at a very low pressure and elevated temperature to obtain a hardened surface layer of tempered martensite and a tough core.

  • (Article) Low Pressure Carburizing Comparison - ECM USA

    Conventional Carburizing Furnace Versus Low Pressure Carburizing Furnace. Authors: Pierre Rousset – Technical Operations Director from ECM USA Vincent Lelong – Metallurgist from ECM USA. Many developments have been carried out in carburizing technology and many articles on this process have been written.

  • Low pressure carburizing - practical experiences - SECO/WARWICK

    low pressure carburizing (LPC) and high pressure gas quenching (HPGQ) : carburizing with acethylene, ethylene and hydrogen, cooling with 15 bar nitrogen. The article shows the examples of LPC in practical heat treatment. The published results of 16MnCr5 steel heat treatment demonstrate very good efficiency of LPC

  • Low pressure carburising - ECM Technologies - ECM Furnaces

    Specialist in low pressure carburizing, ECM Technologies develops innovative solutions to industry professionals worldwide. C2H2 Acetylene - used for low pressure carburising - and N2 nitrogen - used for diffusion - are the most common gases used in the Infracarb? process, under standard conditions. Acetylene is a

  • Low Pressure Carburizing Furnace using Ipsen Avac Process

    AvaC – The Ipsen Innovation for Low-Pressure Carburizing with Acetylene. Ipsen's AvaC? (acetylene vacuum carburizing) is a technology exclusive to Ipsen that uses acetylene to virtually eliminate soot and tar, while greatly increasing carburizing power even for blind or through holes. AvaC process configurations are

  • Low-Pressure Carburising Systems: A Review of - Edwards Vacuum

    way under low pressure. The range of material types being carburised under vacuum is increasing with a strongly upward trend towards vacuum carburising evident in many areas. In choosing a suitable carburising process, three main choices have to be made: - which carburising technique and gas (or gases) to employ;

  • Low Pressure Carburizing of Large Transmission - Gear Technology

    Introduction. The combination of fine core resistant case hardening steels and suitable high temperature vacuum processes will lead to increased productivity especially in the large trans- mission industry, i.e., wind energy. Therefore, low pressure carburizing in combination with high pressure gas quenching. (HPGQ) as

  • Low Pressure Carburizing and Gas Quenching Processes

    B. Lynn Ferguson. DANTE Solutions, Inc. 7261 Engle Road, Suite 105. Cleveland, OH 44130. (440) 234-8477 www.dante-solutions. Low Pressure Carburizing and Gas Quenching. Processes

  • Low Pressure Carburizing for Transmissions- Gear Solutions

    Jul 1, 2009 For decades gear manufacturers used atmosphere batch furnaces with integral oil quenches for the case hardening process. In recent years low pressure carburizing (LPC) and high pressure gas quenching (HPGQ) have become a preferred technology for fuel injection components and for the latest

  • Distortion Analysis of Low Pressure Carburized - KTH Diva

    Abstract. During the last 10 years, low pressure carburizing and high pressure gas quenching has become more popular since it is a “new” process and researchers reports that the distortion characteristics gained from these processes is improved in relation to conventional processes. The aim of this work was to investigate

  • Advantages of low pressure carburizing in the heat treatment (PDF

    Full-text (PDF) | Low Pressure Carburizing (LPC) was introduced in the 90's in the western Europe Heat Treatment business, mainly for in-house applications where it Then the less-known advantages of the LPC process, like the high accuracy and reproducibility of the results, the modeling possibility and the simulation

  • Conventional vs. Low-Pressure Carburizing | 2014-09-09 | Industrial

    Sep 9, 2014 Many developments have been carried out in carburizing technology, and many articles have been written. However, we feel it is important to remind new engineers of the basic rules that justify the strong development of this process. Carburizing is simply defined as adding carbon to iron or steel by heating

  • Steels for Vacuum Carburizing and Structure of - Industrial Heating

    Low pressure carburizing, as well as atmospheric carburizing is a technology applied to parts made of machine parts undergoing this process- the highest in the edge layer and the low

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