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Hard inchromizing opens up opportunities for new soldering techniques

Not since the Kyoto agreement has the soldering industry applied lead. Lead substitutes are used instead, and soldering is carried out at a higher temperature. This is much better for the environment, but the choice of materials to use is rather limited. An alternative like titanium is very expensive, difficult to buy, and difficult to work with.

Stainless steel, often used as standard, is not sufficiently resistant. After extensive research and comparison with other surface treatments, we have come up with a solution. 

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Hard inchromizing (CM 03002) provides a superb surface layer that is extremely resistant to new soldering techniques. Soldering nozzles made by 3D printing are also optimally protected by Chromin treatments. Without Chromin’s treatment, this new technique simply couldn’t be used. 

Soldering industry, general mechanical engineering
Lead-free soldering
Optimal protection with new techniques
Research, treatment, comparative testing, optimization, series production
Dimensions and material
AISI 316 1.4401 (possibly by 3D-printing), 36 x 29 x 29 mm
Hard inchromizing (CM 03002)

The best treatment for extremely wear-resistant parts with a hard and dense structure and good running characteristics. Dimensional changes are minimal.

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