Boronizing is a thermochemical surface hardening process that strengthens the material surface by the diffusion of boron atoms to the metal surface.

Boronization is used to improve hardness, wear resistance and corrosion resistance on the surfaces of metals and alloys, while at the same time protecting these properties at high temperatures and increasing erosion resistance.

Boronization is mostly applied industrially to iron-based alloys (except bearing steels containing aluminum and silicon, surface hardened, tempered, tool steels and stainless steels, cast steels, gray and spheroidal graphite cast irons, sintered irons and steels).

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