ASTM A532 Class Ii Type D Wear Resistant Cast Iron alloy Parts

ASTM A532 Class Ii Type D Wear Resistant Cast Iron alloy Parts

Product Description and Process astm a532 class ii type d wear resistant cast iron alloy parts Production process: green sand molding, lost foam process Machining process: Surface treatment process: paint coating Product Material and Uses Normally produce with ASTM A532 class IA, class IB, class...

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Product Description and Process

astm a532 class ii type d wear resistant cast iron alloy parts

 

Production process: green sand molding, lost foam process

Machining process:

Surface treatment process: paint coating

 

Product Material and Uses

Normally produce with ASTM A532 class IA, class IB, class IC, class ID, class IIA, class IIB, class IID, class III A, etc.

 

The wear resistant cast iron casting products are widely used for mining machinery components, ball crusher parts, crusher hammerhead parts, mud pumps components, etc.

 

Abrasion Resistant Cast Iron

Abrasion resistant cast irons are used in high wear applications where strength is required. Many alloy additions are made to deliver a range of properties and the application of the various heat-treat processes can also deliver different performance characteristics of these grades.

 

Cast Grade: CL III TYP A

Similar Specifications:

Cast UNS: F45009

Cast Grade: CL III TYP A

Cast ASTM: A532

 

Typical Chemical Composition (% by wt.):

Cr: 23.0 - 30.0

Mn: 2.00

Ni: 2.5 MAX

Si: 1.50

C Max: 2.30 - 3.00

Other: Mo 3.0 MAX

 

Minimum Mechanical Properties

Heat Treatment: ANNEAL AND HARDEN

 

Specification for Abrasion-Resistant Cast Iron – ASTM A532

Abrasion-resistant white cast irons have been alloyed to secure high resistance to abrasive wear.

Abrasion-resistant irons can be classified into five groups but the majority of castings used today are in two groups. One is the nickel containing alloys, known as Ni-Hard. Ni-Hard has been an industry standard for abrasion-resistance for over 60 years. The second white iron group contains high levels of chrome and is commonly referred to as Hi-Chrome iron. When toughness, abrasion-resistance and possibly corrosion resistance are required, the Hi-Chrome group of white irons is superior to Ni-Hard.


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