At gas carburizing
units the C-level is measured
and controlled. Knowing the carrier gas used, this one can be
calculated from the oxygen partial
The C-level is defined as the percentage weight change of a foil of pure iron which for a sufficient time was subjected to a carburizing atmosphere during operating conditions.
Attributes: Recipe management, processing data administration, logging
The effect on the batch caused by the running of the recipe is of great importance when processing within gas carbonising plants. In this case, the temperature and C-level are mathematically linked to the processing time and the material analysis. The penetration level process in the carbon is then displayed.