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Author: rorschach
Time: 04/01/03 13:17 PST
This is a reply to message no. 10930 by gearloose
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METAL HEAT TREATMENT, carbon stopoff paste for carburizing
Gearloose, I respect your knowledge in this matter, however this does not jive with the information I've been getting from the local Kolene licensee (Houston Unlimited, which ironically is actually in Chappel Hill, near Brenham, about 50 miles from Houston as the crow flies). They indicate that the salt bath attacks the copper fairly rapidly. Perhaps this is a quirk of the Nitrocarbourizing process they use. Can you shed any light as to why there is a discrepancy?
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