Argon vs. Nitrogen Purging for Atmospheric Inerting

The manufacture and storage of electronics, chemicals, and moisture-sensitive materials frequently require the use of an inert environment. The presence of atmospheric air within these processes will cause damage and diminish their useful lifespans due to the corrosive effects of oxygen, moisture, and other suspended impurities. An industrial solution to this problem involves the use […]

Nitrogen Quenching – What Is Gas Quenching

Quenching is a very common technique used in the heat-treating process for steel. The quenching process helps to prevent low-temperature processes like phase transformation by shortening the thermodynamic and kinetic windows for these reactions. Quenching is frequently used to increase subject hardness by reducing the crystal grain size of plastic and metallic materials. What Is […]