Boriding in pastes with furnace heating
The pastes recommended for boriding with use of accelerated heating cannot be used in furnace heating without protection of the steel against oxidation.
Boriding in paste occurs by way of the gaseous phase.
In boriding in vacuum it is necessary to create conditions preventing outflow of the boron-containing gas from the surface of the piece.
In order to use paste for boriding it is necessary to protect the metal against oxidation (with use of the binders tested) and prevent outflow of the boron-containing gas through the pores of the paste.
KeywordsOxidation Furnace Gaseous Phase Furnace Heating Accelerate Heating
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