Ferritic Nitrocarburizing (FNC) Service
Ferritic Nitrocarburizing [FNC] is a case hardening process similar to gas nitriding that is used to produce a hard, wear-resistant surface on low grades of steel such as 1010, 1018, 1020, A-36, etc. and most cast irons. As low temperatures and no quenching are involved in the nitrocarburizing process, distortion and size change are very low so it can be successfully applied to nitrocarburize a wide variety of finished parts ranging from small stampings to large pieces up to 57 inches in diameter or 107 inches long.
Whether you have large volumes or just a few parts, daily cycles in multiple furnaces can accomodate your needs.
|Typical Properties Produced By CST’s Standard FNC Process|
|C1030||0.010-0.015 in.||60 HRC File Hard
80 HR15N (40HRC)
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