ASTM A48 Class 40 (Related Standards – ISO 185/JL/275, SAE J431 G4000, EN-GJL-250 or 300) is a gray cast iron with a pearlitic microstructure. Gray irons are classified into groups based on their tensile strength. For example, Class 40 requires a minimum tensile strength of 40 ksi. When choosing which class of gray iron for [more]
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ASTM A48 Class 20 (Related Standards – ISO 185/JL/150, SAE J431, EN-GJL-150) is a gray cast iron. Gray iron has a long history, and is one of the most widely used metallic materials. This is due to its low cost, ease of production, and unique, beneficial characteristics. Over 14 million tons of gray iron castings [more]
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