Ductile Casting

In the casting industry, ductile iron is also called as ductile cast iron, which is a type of graphite rich cast iron product that was discovered in the year 1943. Regarding the tension issues, while most varieties of cast iron are weak in tension and brittle, ductile iron has much more impact and fatigue resistance value, thanks to its nodular graphite inclusions.

Different from iron casting, this is a metalworking process that produces a group of iron-carbon alloys with carbon content greater than a certain level of percentage. Its value derives from its relatively low melting temperature. Ductile casting technology is widely applied in the industry worldwide and many of the industrial insiders recognize this as the ideal way to form the cast of their ideal items. To be specific, ductile iron is not a single material, but rather, it is a part of a group of materials that can be produced with a wide range of properties via the control of their microstructure.

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