This specification covers the engineering requirements for producing a continuous thin epsilon-iron-carbonitride compound layer on parts by means of a gaseous, low temperature process, and properties of the case.
This specification covers the requirements for producing a continuous white layer with controlled extent of porosity by means of a gaseous process, automatically controlled to maintain set values of the nitriding and carburizing potentials that determine properties of the nitrocarburized surface. Automatic control is intended to ensure repeatability of nitrogen and carbon content of the white layer which influences properties such as wear and corrosion resistance, ductility and fatigue strength.
This specification covers the engineering requirements for producing a continuous thin epsilon-iron-carbonitride compound layer on parts by means of a gaseous, low temperature carbon enriched nitriding process. The process is intended to utilize an atmosphere of high nitriding potential that produces a compound layer. If the compound layer is intended to be controlled automatically, AMS2759/12 shall be used.
This SAE Standard specifies requirements for the processing of iron and steel (excluding corrosion resisting steels) to produce coatings consisting essentially of inorganic phosphates, which are intended to be used in conjunction with supplementary finishes for the protection of the basis metal against corrosion (and in certain cases to give, additionally, anti-wear properties to sliding surfaces).