Carbonitriding introduces carbon and nitrogen into a solid ferrous alloy by holding above the critical temperature (Ac1) in an atmosphere that contains suitable gases such as hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and ammonia. The carbonitrided alloy is usually rapidly cooled (quench hardened.)*
Gasbarre specializes in the design and manufacture of custom-engineered carbonitriding furnaces specific to the thermal processing industry.
Gasbarre furnaces are:
Gasbarre’s complete line of Carbonitriding Furnaces is listed below.
This Gasbarre IFS furnace is available in numerous sizes and configurations and can be used for numerous processes in air or atmosphere configurations.
Designed for many thermal processes,the electrically heated batch vacuum furnace is available in a multitude of configurations.
Gasbarre Pit Furnaces are available in numerous sizes and configurations, with features and options customized to your unique needs.
Gasbarre IFS Tip Up Furnaces are ideal for processing large, heavy workloads.
The C.I. Hayes “VCQ-ME” Small Batch Vacuum Furnace is ideal for light production, tool room, and research and development applications.
Designed for many thermal processes, the electrically heated batch vacuum furnace is available in a multitude of configurations.
The C.I. Hayes VBQ Vacuum Furnace is part of the modular furnace family designed for heat treating and/or carburizing applications.
The continuous modular vacuum “CV” furnace essentially transforms a batch vacuum furnace into a straight through furnace.
This C.I. Hayes vacuum furnace with isolated oil quench is quite versatile, designed for a wide range of heat treat applications.
*Source: Daniel H. Herring, “The Heat Treat Doctor.” The HERRING GROUP, Inc.