- v. present participle of carburize.
“Having determined what is required we now proceed to inquire into the question of carburizing, which is of vital importance.”
“* Briefly describe alternative carburizing agents (wood, charcoal, animal bone, leather, etc.) and mention other methods of case hardening.”
“The utmost care should be used in the selection of pots for carburizing; they should be as free as possible from both scaling and warping.”
“The addition of a slight amount of powdered cyanide of potassium to the packing material used for carburizing will produce stronger colors, and where this is the sole object, it is best to maintain the box at a dull-red heat.”
“Output 3,000 lb. charge, 8 hr. heat carburizing, 2 hr. heating only.”
“One of the advantages of hardening by carburizing is the fact that you can arrange to leave part of the work soft and thus retain the toughness and strength of the original material.”
“In the simpler carburized steels it is not necessary to test the forgings for hardness after annealing, but with the high percentages of alloys in the carburizing steels and the heat-treated steels”
“Water inlet and outlet pipes are shown and also a drain plug that enables the tank to be emptied when it is desired to clean out the spent carburizing material from the bottom.”
“Case hardening boxes cast iron local or surface carburizing treatments for various steels”
“Although the advantages offered by the gas-fired furnace for carburizing have been generally recognized in the past from points of view as close temperature regulation, decreased attendance, and greater convenience, very little information has been published regarding the consumption of gas for this process.”
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