01) This rack of FN 509
pistol slides has received the H&M Blacknitride+ process.
02) A rack of Novak sights that have been nitrided await shipment back to the company.
03) Every step of the Blacknitride+ process is carefully monitored to ensure proper temperatures and run times are maintained.
04) H&M Vice President Shade McMillen checks the salt spray instrument that
H&M uses to check corrosion resistance of metal parts.
05) These rifle magazines await the next stage of the Blacknitride+ process. 06) AR-15 rifle bolt carriers benefit from the Blacknitride+ process, making them more slick and corrosion resistant. 07) H&M treats many types of long gun barrels too from pellet rifles on up. The company typically treats from 2,000 to 5,000 AR-15 rifle barrels each day. 08) H&M Vice President Shade McMillen checks a rack of barrels about to be put in an ultrasonic wash to remove any remaining salt and chemical residue. 09) H&M has been treating locomotive engine parts, such as these cylinder liners for more than 30 years.