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Process[ edit ] Carbonitriding is similar to gas carburization with the addition of ammonia to the carburizing atmosphere, which provides a source of nitrogen. Nitrogen is absorbed at the surface and diffuses into the workpiece along with carbon. Carbonitriding tends to be more economical than carburizing, and also reduces distortion during quenching. The lower temperature allows oil quenching, or even gas quenching with a protective atmosphere. Characteristics of carbonitrided parts[ edit ] Carbonitriding forms a hard, wear-resistant case, is typically 0. Case depth is tailored to the application; a thicker case increases the wear life of the part. Carbonitriding alters only the top layers of the workpiece; and does not deposit an additional layer, so the process does not significantly alter the dimensions of the part.
Case hardening basics: Nitrocarburizing vs. carbonitriding
Case hardening basics: Nitrocarburizing vs. Here, we examine two case hardening techniques —nitrocarburizing and carbonitriding—and explain the differences between the techniques and the benefits that result from their use. Case hardening Nitrocarburizing and carbonitriding sound somewhat similar and they perform similar functions: to make a workpiece surface harder by imparting carbon, nitrogen or both to its surface. Material, part specs and intended uses dictate whether nitrocarburizing or carbonitriding is the best case hardening method. Carbonitriding During carbonitriding, parts are heated in a sealed chamber well into the austenitic range—around degrees Fahrenheit—before nitrogen and carbon are added.