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Heat Treating ASTM A532 Chrome White Iron Penticton

Jan 16, 2018· How to Heat Treat ASTM A532 High Chrome White Iron Posted by Penticton Foundry on January 16, 2018. Why Use Chrome White Iron ASTM A532, or high chrome white iron, has superior abrasion resistance. It is particularly effective in

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XRD Investigation on Heat Treatment of High Chrome White

The effect of chromium (Cr) content on heat treatment behavior of multi-alloyed white cast iron with basic alloy composition of 5 mass% Mo, W and V each and 2 mass%C was investigated.

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Heat Treatment Technology of High Chromium Iron Castings

As an anti-wear material, High Chrome White Iron Castings have not only necessary strength and toughness, but also their hardness is the most important quality index. Some high chromium iron castings can obtain the required hardness in the as-cast state, but most of them need heat treatment to meet the hardness requirements.

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Heat Treating of High-Alloy White Irons :: Total Materia

Nickel-chromium white iron castings are given a stress-relief heat treatment because, properly made, they have a martensitic matrix structure, as-cast. Tempering is performed between 205 to 260°C (400 to 450°F) for at least 4 h.

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CN102899469B Heat-treatment method of high-chromium wear

The invention discloses a heat-treatment method of high-chromium wear-resistant white cast iron Cr28. According to the invention, high-chromium wear-resistant white cast iron Cr28 is heated to 1000-1050 DEG C; the white cast iron Cr28 is heated and the temperature is maintained for 1.5-3h; the white cast iron Cr28 is air-cooled to room temperature; the white cast iron Cr28 is heated to 710-730

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Heat treatment process of the high chrome cast iron

The microstructure of high chromium white cast iron grinding ball as-cast and after heat treatment was observed by metallographic microscope. The sample of 10mm* 10 mm* 8 mm in size at the center of the grinding ball was cut by weld and polished with 200 # to 1500 # metallographic sandpaper.

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Heat Treatment of White Cast Irons Metallurgy

This requires heat treatment involving air-quenching from high temperature, following by tempering at 200°C. High chromium (25% Cr and 28% Cr) white irons have the best combination of excellent abrasion resistance and toughness (to bear the repeated heavy impact loading), because these have hard but discon­tinuous M 7 C 3 eutectic carbides

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Metallurgical Aspects of HIGH- CHROMIUM WHITE IRONS

When a martensitic white iron is desired for superior abrasion resistance, additions of 0.5 to 3.0% Mo effectivelysuppress pearlite and other high-temperature transformationproducts. Molybdenum is even more effective when used in combination with copper, chromium, nickel, or both chromiumandnickel. Molybdenum has an advantage over

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Heat Treatment Technology of High Chromium Iron Castings

As an anti-wear material, High Chrome White Iron Castings have not only necessary strength and toughness, but also their hardness is the most important quality index. Some high chromium iron castings can obtain the required hardness in the as-cast state, but most of them need heat treatment to meet the hardness requirements.

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XRD Investigation on Heat Treatment of High Chrome White

The properties of hypoeutectic iron of HCWCI containing 25 wt. %Cr-2.5 wt. %C were investigated after destabilisation heat treatments, cooling (slow and fast cooling) to ambient temperatures, their influence on the structure and hardness was investigated using X-ray diffraction (XRD), element distribution analysis and hardness tests. The experimental results show that appropriate heat

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(PDF) Heat Treatment in High Chromium White Cast Iron Ti

Heat Treatment in High Chromium White Cast Iron Ti Alloy khaled Ibrahim IntroductionHigh chromium cast iron is one of the wear resistant materials used in a variety of applications where stability in an aggressive environmental is a principal requirement.

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Heat Treatment in High Chromium White Cast Iron Ti Alloy

Apr 29, 2014· The influence of heat treatment on microstructure and mechanical properties of high chromium white cast iron alloyed with titanium was investigated. The austenitizing temperatures of 980°C and 1150°C for 1 hour each followed by tempering at 260°C for 2 hours have been performed and the effect of these treatments on wear resistance/impact toughness combination is reported.

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Heat treatment process of the high chrome cast iron

The microstructure of high chromium white cast iron grinding ball as-cast and after heat treatment was observed by metallographic microscope. The sample of 10mm* 10 mm* 8 mm in size at the center of the grinding ball was cut by weld and polished with 200 # to 1500 # metallographic sandpaper.

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Heat Treatment of White Cast Irons Metallurgy

This requires heat treatment involving air-quenching from high temperature, following by tempering at 200°C. High chromium (25% Cr and 28% Cr) white irons have the best combination of excellent abrasion resistance and toughness (to bear the repeated heavy impact loading), because these have hard but discon­tinuous M 7 C 3 eutectic carbides

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Heat Treatment of Cast Irons 2018-12-12 Industrial Heating

Dec 12, 2018· Common Heat Treatment for the Specific Cast-Iron Types. High-alloy (e.g., high chromium, high nickel-chromium) white irons can be heat treated. For example, nickel-chromium white-iron castings are given a stress-relief heat treatment because, properly made, they have an as-cast martensitic matrix structure.

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High Chromium Cast Iron: Part One :: Total Materia Article

With carefully controlled heat treatment the cast iron properties can be further influenced to yield higher strength and ductility depending on the desired application. High-chromium white iron is an erosion resistant ferrous alloy widely used in manufacturing, it has for long been applied to components in mining and minerals industry due to

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White Iron (part 1) Industrial Heating

Apr 27, 2011· Problems we face are cracking in a few impeller castings before and after heat treatment, most typically an S-type crack profile diametrically around the hub. Answer: As you most likely already know, optimum properties are usually achieved in high-chromium white irons with heat-treated martensitic structures.

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HIGH CHROMIUM WHITE CAST IRON (HIGH CR WHITE IRON

High Chromium White Cast Iron, or High Cr White Iron grades are used in wear applications that require some corrosion resistance. One common application using High Chrome White Iron alloys is in Pump and Valve parts for the Mining industry. The high chromium content offers the corrosion resistance and the fine carbides dispersed throughout

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annealing and re-hardening ASTM A532-93 Class III Type A

My question is, can high chrome cast iron be "heat treated" to re-harden to 500 HB after annealing or even tempering to 400? Some of the curves in the "Abrasion Resistant Cast Iron Handbook" suggest some high chrome irons can end up with vastly different hardnesses even after tempering to the same temperature, depending on retained austenite.

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Heat Treating of High-Alloy White Cast Irons[1] Heat

High-alloyed white cast irons are an important group of materials whose production must be considered separately from that of ordinary types of cast irons. The metallic matrix supporting the carbide phase in the high-alloy white cast irons can be adjusted by alloy content and heat treatment to develop proper balance between resistance to

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Microstructural Characteristics and Mechanical Properties

Changing in chemical composition and heat treatment carried out to this alloy from about 205 MPa for high-carbon grades to about 415 MPa related to microstructural characteristics and mechanical properties of high Cr white cast iron alloys are oresented. Keywords: High-Cr WCI alloys, microstructural characterization, abrasive wear resistance

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Microstructural Modifications of As-Cast High-Chromium

Microstructural Modifications of As-Cast High-Chromium White Iron by Heat Treatment A.E. Karantzalis, A. Lekatou, and H. Mavros (Submitted June 5, 2008) The initial as-cast microstructure of a high-chromium (2.35% C, 18.23% Cr) white cast iron consisting of primary austenitic dendrites and a eutectic mixture of M 7C

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