Plasma nitriding


 

In plasma nitriding the nitrogen is introduced into a vacuum chamber and ionised using an electric field (glow discharge). It is then accelerated in the direction of the tool surface and absorbed:

Compared with other nitriding processes, plasma nitriding has the following advantages:

  • A specific coating structure is possible (e.g. nitriding without the compound layer)
  • An environmentally friendly, non-toxic process
  • Partial nitriding possible
  • All steel qualities can be nitrided

Our plasma technology section undertakes the following heat treatments:

  • Plasma nitriding
  • Plasma nitro-carburising
  • Improx® oxidising (oxidising in plasma)
  • The combination of plasma nitriding or nitro-carburising with oxidising
  • Plasma nitrided crank shaft milling cutter
  • Plasma nitrided injection moulding die
  • Plasma nitrided and oxidised aluminium diecast inserts
  • Plasma nitriding plant
  • Plasma nitriding plant
  • Plasma nitrided plasticators
  • Plasma nitriding batch
  • Plasma nitriding furnaces
  • View of the carbo-nitriding process
  • View of the carbo-nitriding process
  • Plasma nitrided injection moulding die
  • Plasma nitriding plant
  • Plasma nitrided and oxidated screw tip

We update and optimise precision machine tools and high-grade components.