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ferritic

(fɛˈrɪtɪk)
adj
composed of or characteristic of ferrite
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Tenders are invited for procurement of ferritic stainless steel sheet 0.3 mm thick , 450 mm width
EVO SP's Custom Shop Special is finished in KimPro charcoal gray on the frame and black Ferritic Nitro Carburizing (FNC) on the slide.
Martensitic and Ferritic are few of the stainless steels that exhibit magnetic properties.
Ferritic nitrocarburizing (sometimes abbreviated FNC) is a case hardening processes that diffuses nitrogen and carbon into ferrous metals at sub-critical temperatures during a salt bath.
Founded in 1946, the company pioneered advancements in ferritic nitrocarburizing with the development of the H&M Blacknitride+[TM] process.
Atmosphere Annealing has more than 400,000 tons of installed heat treating capacity including annealing, ferritic nitrocarburizing, normalising, and quench and temper processing for various industries, including automotive, light and heavy truck, agriculture, and energy.
I'm betting that these cases are made from a ferritic stainless steel, which doesn't contain nickel at all.
Due to such design of the tool and the use of optimal parameters, the VCH provides the formation of a ferritic class UFGS (Figures 2 and 3) with a grain size on the surface up to 190 nm, a high density of dislocations, and microstresses in the lattice (Figure 4).
General corrosion is attributed to the preferential dissolution of the ferritic phase and it often manifests by a cementite scale ([Fe.sub.3]C) formation.
The front and rear rotors are cast iron and treated with ferritic nitrocarborization (FNC).
Use of ferritic chromium stainless steels, ferritic chromium-molybdenum stainless steels and austenitic stainless steels are most common today.
* Solution strengthened ferritic ductile iron--strain life fatigue database.