This work estimate the growth kinetics of Fe2B coatings created on surface nodular cast iron ASTM A-536 class 80-56-06. The Fe2B coatings were formed by power packaging boriding process, considering three temperatures and exposure times different treatment. The hard coatings were evaluated through X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The model of diffusion employs the mass balance equation at the (Fe2B/substrate) interface to evaluate the boron diffusion coefficient in the Fe2B coating DFe2B
, an expression of the parabolic growth constant, the instantaneous velocity of the Fe2B/substrate interface, and the weight gain in the boriding sample were establish as a function of the parameter ε(T) and η(T), dependents of boriding process in function of the temperature related and the time of boriding t
0 (T), respectively in the Fe2B coating. Model validation was extended considering the treatment of 1273 and 1123 K for 10 h respectively, obtaining a good correlation with experimental data.