The Carbonitriding is a thermochemical process that spreads carbon and nitrogen in the superficial layers of a steel made component. Such process is followed by a tempering one and a distention restoration. The aim is that of obtaining a high tempering superficial layer that can be hardened with tempering, always maintaining and a strong and resistant core.
- Increase of superficial hardness also for low tempering steels;
- Improved resistance to wear and tear;
- Improved endurance
- Increased superficial capacity to resist specific medium intensity pressures.
- Hard core.
From 0,05 to 0,80 mm (class Cnt1 – Cnt8 – UNI 5479).
The artefact can be treated with sand to create a homogeneous effect if requested by the client. It is possible to remove any crusts or oily traces.
- Carbon steels
- High speeds Steels
- Low Carbon Steels