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Heat Treat Safely Without Scale

Saves hours of polishing, grinding, shaping - parts can be made to exact dimensions before heat treating without fear of dimension change from scaling, pitting, decarb loss. Extremely simple to use - for both hardening or annealing. Heat the work piece to about 500° F., coat with the dry compound powder, finish heating to temperature, and quench/cool as required. Parts come clean in boiling water.


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SPECS: 1 lb. (454 g). Not for steels that harden above 1650° F.
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