The ability to accurately reverse engineer existing castings is essential to any modern foundry. Reverse engineering could be required for a variety of reasons ranging from replication of an old casting where original patterns have been lost to improving mechanical performance or learning from an existing design to replicate or improve it. Whatever the reason, … Read more
Carbon steel BS EN 10213:2007 (Gr 1.0619) castings used for pressure purposes are normally used in the annealed or normalised state. However when higher strength steels or steels with other enhanced properties are required a full regime of heat treatment options are available. Low carbon steel castings are often produced for case hardened products which have hard surfaces with tough ductile cores.
For detailed chemical composition, typical mechanical properties and comparative specifications please view the EN10213 data sheet by filling out the form below.
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