carbon restoration

carbon restoration

[′kär·bən res·tə′rā·shən]
(metallurgy)
Carburizing of the surface layer of a material to achieve the original level of carbon content which had been depleted during processing.
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Keighley Labs employs its pit furnaces for carburising, carbonitriding, hardening and tempering, stress relieving, homogenising and carbon restoration, working at temperatures up to 980[degrees]C.