Lost Wax Precision Cast Steel Grade ZG35 ZG45 1025 1030 1045 Material

Lost Wax Precision Cast Steel Grade ZG35 ZG45 1025 1030 1045 Material

Product Description and Process lost wax precision cast steel grade zg35 zg45 1025 1030 1045 material Production process: green sand molding, pre-coated sand molding, lost wax investment casting process Machining process: CNC machine, machining center, lathe, mill machine, drill machine, etc....

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Product Description and Process

lost wax precision cast steel grade zg35 zg45 1025 1030 1045 material

 

Production process: green sand molding, pre-coated sand molding, lost wax investment casting process

Machining process: CNC machine, machining center, lathe, mill machine, drill machine, etc.

Surface treatment process: paint coating, electrophoretic coating, electrogalvanizing coating, black oxide coating, powder coating, etc.

 

Product Material and Uses

Normally produce with ASTM A27/A27M Grade U-60-30,Grade 60-30, Grade 65-35,Grade 70-36,Grade 70-40, ZG200-400,ZG230-450,ZG270-500,ZG310-570,ZG340-640, etc.

 

The carbon steel casting products are widely used for Auto-cars, trains, trucks, vehicle components, mining machinery components, agricultural machinery parts, textile machinery parts, construction machinery parts, etc.

 

CARBON STEEL GRADES

Carbon steel is amongst the most popular materials in the world of manufacturing, due to its incredible properties. A material is considered carbon steel when it’s an alloy of carbon and iron – and has no minimum content required for other elements, such as manganese, vanadium, nickel or copper.

Typically, this alloy has less than 2% of carbon in its composition, varying usually between 0.1% and 0.9%.

 

Choosing the type of carbon steel that matches your project’s requirements is vital, as it’s the only way to take full advantage of what this material has to offer. There are several different grades of carbon steel at your disposal.

 

Low carbon steel – this alloy has a composition of 0.05%-0.25% carbon content, making it softer and more malleable than other types; carburising can increase hardness if necessary. Low carbon steels offer a range of tensile properties via heat treatment and can be hardened to give high surface hardness with abrasion resistance and good core ductility.

This is more commonly used as engineering steels for low and medium strength applications, like brackets, casings and links.

UTS 400 – 450N/mm2.  Elongation 15%.  HB 120-180

 

Medium carbon steel – the carbon content in this alloy ranges from approximately 0.29% to 0.54%. This composition allows it to be more durable, pliable, and strong. A range of tensile strengths are possible with good ductility and shock resistance, readily machined in the softened condition.

This carbon steel alloy is most used where ductility, good shock and fatigue strengths are required, such as with levers, air-frame parts and hydraulic machinery.

UTS 700 – 850N/mm2.  Elongation 11%.  HB 200-300

 

High carbon steel – with 0.55-0.95% carbon content, high carbon steel is strong and has a good shape memory, making it a particularly useful option for spring manufacturers. This alloy steel for high tensile applications is subject to wear and abrasion and is suitable for heavy-duty applications as well, such as cranks and pins.

UTS 800 – 1000N/mm2.  Elongation 5-8%.  HB 250-400

 

BENEFITS OF CHOOSING CARBON STEEL ALLOYS

Carbon steel is an extremely popular option, as it has a vast range of applications in several different industries. Due to its ferromagnetic properties, this material is particularly useful for motor and electrical appliances. Carbon steel is safe and durable and has a high level of structural integrity, features that add to its popularity and make it one of the most created alloys in the world.

 

 


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