Simplifying atmosphere control

Fischer, Matthew J.; Levine, Nicholas W.
April 1998
Advanced Materials & Processes;Apr98, Vol. 153 Issue 4, p44U
Academic Journal
Discusses an infrared (IR) Gas Processing and Control System (GPS) used in the heat treatment of powder metallurgy (P/M) parts. Significance of heat treating process control; Upgrades of automotive parts supplier; Requirements for obtaining atmosphere sample; Information on the GPS cabinet.


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