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AUSTENITIC DUCTILE IRON CASTING

AUSTENITIC DUCTILE IRON CASTING

AUSTENITIC DUCTILE IRON CASTING

(OP)
is Ni resist an iron stainless alloy ?
They have similar proerties like stainless steel.
Can it be called stainless alloy?
MY casting supplier said me that it was stainlees cast
I don´t Know whether it is or not.

RE: AUSTENITIC DUCTILE IRON CASTING

No, these alloys are not considered cast stainless steel. They are referred to as Ni-Resist and Ductile Ni-Resist austenitic cast iron alloys. The Ni-Resist alloys can be classified into two common types - either standard graphite flake or ductile (spheroidal graphite).

RE: AUSTENITIC DUCTILE IRON CASTING

(OP)
As they are equivalent as stainless steel, of  iron,  they used to be called iron stainless alloy. I´ve read in some letters on internet. Idon´t know whether is true or not.

RE: AUSTENITIC DUCTILE IRON CASTING

gorkus;
These are separate alloys with different corrosion properties in comparison to stainless steel, and should NOT be confused with cast stainless steel.

If you want more information on this subject, I would suggest you obtain a copy of the paper below from the Nickel Development Institute.


Paper 11018 “Properties and Applications of Ni-Resist and Ductile Ni-Resist Alloys”

http://www.stainlesswater.org/index.cfm/ci_id/11842.htm
 

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