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Gray Iron Green Sand Casting Product

Gray Iron Green Sand Casting Product

Material: Grey Cast Iron
Process: Green Sand Casting + CNC Machining
Weight: 4.60 kg
Application: Semi-Open Impeller

Gray Iron Green Sand Casting Product with OEM and Custom Services

Description

Gray Iron Sand Casting Products from Chinese Foundry with OEM and Custom Services

Metal & Alloys Grade for Sand Casting Processes

Metal & Alloys Popular Grade
Gray Cast Iron GG10~GG40; GJL-100 ~ GJL-350; 
Ductile (Nodualar) Cast Iron GGG40 ~ GGG80; GJS-400-18, GJS-40-15, GJS-450-10, GJS-500-7, GJS-600-3, GJS-700-2, GJS-800-2
Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI) EN-GJS-800-8, EN-GJS-1000-5, EN-GJS-1200-2
Carbon Steel C20, C25, C30, C45
Alloy Steel
20Mn, 45Mn, ZG20Cr, 40Cr,   20Mn5, 16CrMo4, 42CrMo,
40CrV, 20CrNiMo, GCr15, 9Mn2V
Stainless Steel Ferritic Stainless Steel, Martensitic Stainless Steel, Austenitic Stainless Steel, Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steel, Duplex Stainless Steel
Aluminium Alloys ASTM A356, ASTM A413,  ASTM A360
Brass / Copper-based Alloys C21000, C23000, C27000, C34500, C37710, C86500,  C87600, C87400, C87800,  C52100, C51100
Standard: ASTM, SAE, AISI, GOST, DIN, EN, ISO, and GB


Cast irons are the ferrous alloys which have carbon contents of more than 2%. Though cast irons can have a carbon percentage between 2 to 6.67, the practical limit is normally between 2 and 4%. These are important mainly because of their excellent casting qualities. The gray cast irons and ductile cast irons (also called nodular cast iron or spheroidal graphite iron).


When cast iron is slowly cooled, the cementite decomposes into iron and carbon in the form of graphite which is called graphitization. Cast irons where a large percentage of cementite is decomposed by graphitization are called grey cast irons. Cast iron in which graphitization has not taken place, i. e, all the carbon is in the combined form, is called white cast iron. The graphitization process requires time and therefore, when liquid cast iron is cooled rapidly, white cast iron would result. White cast iron is comparable in properties to
that of high carbon steels. However, it is highly brittle and as such is not used for structural parts. It is useful for parts where abrasive wear is present. Tensile strength varies between 170 to 345 MPa and is usually about 240 MPa. The hardness ranges from 350 to 500 BHN. In view of the very high hardness, the machinability is poor and is commonly finished by grinding.

The dissociated carbon is in the form of graphite which is very soft and without any strength. Thus, it reduces the hardness and increases the machinability of cast iron. The shape of graphite present in cast irons would greatly affect its strength. When it is in a flake-like shape as in grey cast iron, the graphite breaks up continuity of iron and greatly weakens it. But it also helps in absorbing vibrational energy, as a result of which grey cast iron is normally used for the beds of machine tools. Grey cast iron is easily machinable and is
the cheapest form of cast iron. Because of its low melting temperature, higher fluidity and negligible shrink-age on cooling, it is extensively used in casting processes.

The other form of cast iron is known as malleable iron in which free carbon is present in the form of nodules in the matrix of cementite and ferrite. This is achieved by first chilling the casting so that all white cast iron is formed, followed by a controlled heat treatment process so that some of the cementite is transformed to ferrite and nodules of free carbon. This material is more ductile than grey cast iron. This form is suitable only for components with very small section thicknesses since all white cast iron is to form the starting point for malleable iron.

When graphite is present as small, round, and well-distributed particles, its weakening effect is small and such cast irons would have higher ductility. This type of cast iron is called ductile or nodular iron or spheroidal graphite or simply SG iron. This form of graphite can be achieved by adding elemental magnesium or cerium or a combination of the two elements to molten cast iron. Magnesium is added in quantities of 0.07 to 0. 10% followed by the addition of ferro-silicon to promote graphitization. During solidification, magnesium helps in the distribution of graphite throughout the metal.

Ductile iron has better strength-to-weight ratio, better machinability and higher impact value. Moreove, the ductile iron components are produced by casting process wherein better control of component shape can be achieved compared to drop forging. Thus, many a component such as crank shafts and connecting rods manufactured usually by drop forging is increasingly being replaced by ductile iron castings.


Mechanical Properties of Gray Cast Iron

Item according to DIN EN 1561 Measure Unit EN-GJL-150 EN-GJL-200 EN-GJL-250 EN-GJL-300 EN-GJL-350
EN-JL 1020 EN-JL 1030 EN-JL 1040 EN-JL 1050 EN-JL 1060
Tensile Strength Rm MPA 150-250 200-300 250-350 300-400 350-450
0.1% Yield Strength Rp0,1 MPA 98-165 130-195 165-228 195-260 228-285
Elongation Strength A % 0,3 – 0,8 0,3 – 0,8 0,3 – 0,8 0,3 – 0,8 0,3 – 0,8
Compressive Strength σdB MPa 600 720 840 960 1080
0,1% Compressive Strength σd0,1 MPa 195 260 325 390 455
Flexural Strength σbB MPa 250 290 340 390 490
Schuifspanning σaB MPa 170 230 290 345 400
Shear Stress TtB MPa 170 230 290 345 400
Modules of elasticity E GPa 78 – 103 88 – 113 103 – 118 108 – 137 123 – 143
Poisson number v 0,26 0,26 0,26 0,26 0,26
Brinell hardness HB 160 – 190 180 – 220 190 – 230 200 – 240 210 – 250
Ductility σbW MPa 70 90 120 140 145
Tension and pressure change σzdW MPa 40 50 60 75 85
Breaking Strength Klc N/mm3/2 320 400 480 560 650
Density g/cm3 7,10 7,15 7,20 7,25 7,30


▶ Capabilities of Sand Casting moulded by hand:
• Max Size: 1,500 mm × 1000 mm × 500 mm
• Weight Range: 0.5 kg - 500 kg
• Annual Capacity: 5,000 tons - 6,000 tons
• Tolerances: On Request or Standard
• Mold Materials: Green Sand Casting, Shell Mold Sand Casting.

▶ Capabilities of Sand Casting by Automatic Molding Machines:
• Max Size: 1,000 mm × 800 mm × 500 mm
• Weight Range: 0.5 kg - 500 kg
• Annual Capacity: 8,000 tons - 10,000 tons
• Tolerances: On Request.
• Mold Materials: Green Sand Casting, Shell Mold Sand Casting.

▶ Raw Materials Available for Sand Casting Foundry at RMC:
• Gray Iron:  HT150, HT200, HT250, HT300, HT350; GJL-100, GJL-150, GJL-200, GJL-250, GJL-300, GJL-350; GG10~GG40.
• Ductile Iron or Nodular Iron: GGG40, GGG50, GGG60, GGG70, GGG80; GJS-400-18, GJS-40-15, GJS-450-10, GJS-500-7, GJS-600-3, GJS-700-2, GJS-800-2; QT400-18, QT450-10, QT500-7, QT600-3, QT700-2, QT800-2;
• Aluminium and Their Alloys
• Brass, Red Copper, Bronze or other Copper-based metals
• Other Materials as per your unique requirements or according to ASTM, SAE, AISI, ACI, DIN, EN, ISO, and GB standards

▶ Main Production Procedure
• Patterns & Tooling Design → Making Patterns → Moulding Process → Chemical Composition Analysis → Melting & Pouring → Cleaning, Grinding & Shot Blasting → Post Processing or Packing for Shipment

▶ Sand Casting Inspection Capabilities
• Spectrographic and manual quantitative analysis
• Metallographic analysis
• Brinell, Rockwell and Vickers hardness inspection
• Mechanical property analysis
• Low and normal temperature impact testing
• Cleanliness inspection
• UT, MT and RT inspection

▶ Post-Casting Process
• Deburring & Cleaning
• Shot Blasting / Sand Peening
• Heat Treatment: Normalization, Quench, Tempering, Carburization, Nitriding
• Surface Treatment: Passivation, Anodizing, Electroplating, Hot Zinc Plating, Zinc Plating, Nickel Plating, Polishing, Electro-Polishing, Painting, GeoMet, Zintec
• Machining: Turning, Milling, Lathing, Drilling, Honing, Grinding,


Sand Casting Capabilities at RMC Foundry

Description Molding by hand Molding by Automatic Machines
Max size of Castings 1,500 mm × 1000 mm × 500 mm 1,000 mm × 800 mm × 500 mm
Casting Weight Range 0.5 kg - 1,000 kg 0.5 kg - 500 kg
Annual Capacity 5,000 tons - 6,000 tons 8,000 tons - 10,000 tons
Casting Tolerance On Request or Standard (ISO8062-2013 or GB/T 6414-1999)
Molding Materials Green Sand, Resin Coated Sand
Casting Metal & Alloys Gray Iron, Ductile Iron, Cast Steel, Stainless Steel, Al Alloys, Brass, Bronze...etc.