According to Rübig, the Gascon systems represent a highly efficient and advanced gas nitriding process. The equipment, built in a modular fashion and adapted to customer requirements, is seen as a reliable technology thanks to its long lifetime expectancy and the capability of sensor-controlled gas nitriding and gas nitro-carburizing. The gas nitriding equipment Gascon K2, which will be showcased at EMO Hannover 2017, is available in batch-type, shaft-type or horizontal designs. The product range varies from standard sizes up to customer-specific dimensions and tailor-made equipment and process control executions. According to the exhibitors, the Gasox process enables tribological and corrosion-critical applications. Standard applications for gas nitriding include shafts, gears, valves, all bearing components, spindles and worm gears.
Highly efficient gas nitriding
The Gascon technology developed by Rübig is described as highly efficient, customizable and advanced gas nitriding. The company's modular systems stand out through their long life and the capability of sensor-controlled gas nitriding and gas nitro-carburizing.