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 SA216 WCC is one of the most widely used carbon steels in industry. This material is used not only in many of the water- and steam-pressure containing systems in power plants but also in the supports for these systems. Application include steel castings for valves, flanges, fittings or other pressure-containing parts for high temperature service and of quality suitable for assembly with other castings or wrought steel parts by fusion welding.
For detailed chemical composition, typical mechanical properties and comparative specifications please view the SA216WCC data sheet by filling out the form below.
All information in our data sheets and website is indicative only and is not intended to be a substitute for the full specification from which it is extracted. It is intended to provide typical values to allow comparison between metal alloy options rather than a definitive statement of mechanical performance or suitability for a particular application as these will vary with temperature, product type and product application. It is presented apart from contractual obligations and does not constitute any guarantee of properties or of processing or application possibilities in individual cases. Our warranties and liabilities are stated exclusively in our terms of trading.
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