Cast Iron

Cast iron is used to manufacture machine parts, drive wheels, hydraulic manifolds, and bearings. The two most popular grades are gray iron and ductile or SG iron.

Due to its structure, grey iron has no yield whereas SG iron has some.

 

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Grey Iron (4E) - / DIN 1691-GG35

Comparable to Meehanite GA350

It is an excellent wear resistance cast iron grade while still possessing reasonable machinability characteristics. It can be hardened by conventional methods to RC50 on the bar surface.

Overseas Stock

Rounds

20mm - 750 mm diameter

 Squares/Flats/ Hollow bar

Enquiries welcome

 

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Ductile Iron (3D) - / DIN 1693-GGG40

The most common used nodular cast iron. Nodular cast iron has predominately a ferritic structure. Offers superior machinability combined with optimal impact, fatigue, electrical conductivity and magnetic permeability.

Note: For applications below 0°C one should consider the special grade (GGG40.3 or EN-GJC400-18-LT) which can be produced with a very high impact test value.

Overseas Stock

Rounds

30mm - 750mm diameter

Squares/Flats/ Hollow bar

Enquiries welcome

 

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