Controlled gas nitriding by the Zero Flow method and custom multi-gas applications
Carried out in furnaces with useful dimensions of retorts Φ 1000 × 2000 and Φ 1200 × 3000 and a maximum charge weight of 5000 kg
Basic properties of nitrided layers:
- very high resistance to abrasive wear with good mechanical properties of the layer
- layer thicknesses from 0.05 to 0.70 mm
- layer hardness (depending on the steel grade) for carbon steels from 270 to 400 HV, for alloy steels from 550 to 1200 HV
Controlled gas nitrocarburizing with oxidation (oxy-nitrocarburizing)
Carried out in furnaces with useful retort dimensions of Φ 1000×2000 and a charge weight of up to 3000kg.
Basic properties of the resulting layers:
- high wear resistance with excellent mechanical properties
- layer thickness ranging from 0.10 to 0.40 mm
- layer hardness (depending on the steel grade) for carbon steels between 300 and 500 HV
- improved corrosion resistance
Nitriding with oxidation
Carried out in retort furnaces with usable dimensions of Φ 1000×2000 and maximum charge weight of 3000 kg.
Basic properties of layers:
- very high wear resistance with very good mechanical properties of the layer
- layer thickness ranging from 0.08 to 0.40 mm
- layer hardness (depending on the steel grade) for alloy steels from 500 to 1000 HV
- significantly improved corrosion resistance
Carried out in furnaces with useful retort dimensions of Φ 1000×2000 and Φ 1200×3000 and a charge weight of up to 5000 kg.
The process aims to change the stress state in steel tool and structural elements, with the following objectives:
- Limiting deformations during final finishing machining and thermo-chemical treatments (performed after rough machining).
- Limiting the formation and delaying the initiation of crack networks in mold and die elements (performed periodically during tool operation).
Laboratory tests in the field of metallography
Preparation of hot-included sample specimens, microhardness measurements, hardness distribution analysis, optical layer measurements, and evaluation of structures on etched samples.
Measurement of hardness on stationary and portable hardness testers (including in areas with limited access) using the Vickers method.
Transport by delivery vans
Transport of loads solely for our own needs to and from clients by delivery vans with a capacity of up to 1.5 tons within the country and abroad.
Currently, the company has a fleet of 7 delivery vans that regularly perform deliveries from different regions of the country, from Lublin and Rzeszów to Wrocław, Wałcz and Bydgoszcz.
We do not provide transport services for external entities.