Also known as aluminizing, aluminide coating is a high temperature chemical process where aluminum diffuses into the surface of the base metal to form an aluminized layer or coating. This process is commonly applied to carbon steels, low, and medium alloy steels and stainless steels and superalloys like Inconel. The aluminum on the surface oxidizes and creates a passivated, corrosion-resistant layer.


  • Hot corrosion resistance
  • Metal dusting resistance
  • Protection against sulfidation and carburizing

The Vapor Phase Aluminizing Furnace delivers superior performance for aluminized applications requiring extremely high heat protection and corrosion resistance. Click the link below for more details or to request a quote. Our technical support team will help you find the right system that meets your process and application requirements.