This data sheet focuses on ASTM A536 100–70–03 ductile iron, and offers notes on heat treatment, composition, physical and mechanical properties.
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This ASTM A536 data sheet focuses on low temperature, impact resistant ductile iron. It includes microstructure, mechanical property and application notes.
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