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Description of Malcolmizing Process


(2000)

Q. I need the technical specification for stainless steel Malcolmizing process. I need to show the higher ups what this process does.

Michael S Roll
- Chesapeake Virginia


(2001)

Q. I have the same question as you. Did you find an answer?

Mark Westerman
- Wichita, Kansas, USA


(2002)

Q. I am looking for information on a process called Malcomizing.

Mark Brown
- Cleveland, Ohio USA


First of two simultaneous responses-- (2001)

A. Yo, Mark & Mike!

Malcomizing is a trade name of Lindberg Heat Treating company, now a part of the Bodycote empire. Malcomizing is their old name for their process of nitriding stainless steel, which they now call "Lintride SS". Contact any of their plants, and they should tell you all about it. Realize that since it is a trade named process, "Malcomizing" does what they say it will do; no more, no less.

lee gearhart
Lee Gearhart
metallurgist



Second of two simultaneous responses-- (2001)

A. A Yahoo search on malcomizing yielded a number of sites. The number one site said: "This is a proprietary method of gas nitriding for some stainless steels and ductile iron." There were others, including vendors.

James Totter
James Totter, CEF
- Tallahassee, Florida


(2001)

A. Malcomizing is a proprietary Nitride process for Inconel and like alloys which is owned by the Lindberg Heat Treat Company. It has a thinner build-up (.0004-.0007") than traditional nitride.

Bill Allphin
- Spanish Fork, Utah


November 9, 2011

A. Malcomizing is a nitriding process for stainless steels which allows the near surface (typically .005" case depth) to be hardened up to 65 HRC.

Craig Zimmerman
- Oak Creek, Wisconsin



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