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Bodycote Wins Supply Agreement with EUT

February 25, 2002
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Bodycote recently announced that Corr-I-Durr(R), its nitrocarburising process, has been selected as the heat treat process to increase the wear and corrosion resistance of automotive brake piston components for Erdrich Umformtechnik (EUT) GmbH & Co KG. Last June, EUT opened a new facility that produces about 10 million brake pistons per year. The pistons will be treated with a specially adapted Corr-I-Dur process once Bodycote begins production in Spring 2002. The new process increases the wear and corrosion resistance of the component, without affecting the core hardness, while ensuring dimensional integrity.

For more information, call (734) 451-2264, fax (734) 451-2803 or e-mail ehutton@bodycote-na.com.

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