INTRODUCING OUR RANGE OF MATERIALS

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NI HARD IRONS TYPES 1, 2 AND 4

(in accordance with AS2027)

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                           Grades    Ni Cr 1-550 (Ni Hard1)              Ni Cr 2-500 (Ni Hard 2)                 Ni Cr 4-630 (Ni Hard 4)

Also available:    Grades    Ni Cr 4-500                             Ni Cr 4-600


Ni Hard Types 1 and 2 are martensitic white irons suited to applications where good abrasion resistance at low impact levels are required. Ni Hard Type 4 is a martensitic white iron that is suited to applications where good abrasion resistance at moderate impact levels are required.

HIGH CHROMIUM IRONS

(in accordance with AS2027)

Shell

These are martensitic white irons that (in the hardened state) are suited to applications where both corrosion and abrasion resistance is required. They are also used in high temperature oxidising applications.

CHROMIUM-MOLYBDENUM IRON

(in accordance with AS2027 Grade Cr Mo 15 3)

Breaker Bars

This alloy is a martensitic white iron which has excellent abrasion resistance and toughness.

CHROMIUM-MOLYBDENUM-COPPER IRONS

(in accordance with AS2027 Grades Cr Mo 15 3 and Cr Mo Cu 20 2 1)

Open Faced Impeller

These alloys are similar to the chromium-molybdenum iron. The good hardenability obtained in these alloys allows the casting of heavy section castings.

GREY CAST IRONS

(in accordance with AS1830 all grades)

Bearing Housings

These irons have high thermal conductivity, low modulus of elasticity and the ability to withstand thermal shock. They also have good machinability and vibration damping properties.

DUCTILE (S.G.) IRONS

(in accordance with AS1831 all grades)

Paddle Arms

These irons have high strength, toughness and ductility and good machinability. In many applications this material can be a substitute for steel castings and forgings.

AUSTENITIC FLAKE GRAPHITE IRONS (NI RESIST) AND AUSTENITIC SPHEROIDAL GRAPHITE IRONS (SG NI RESIST)

(in accordance with AS1833 all grades)

Bowl

This family of cast irons is used mainly for its excellent resistance to corrosion in applications involving chemical corrosion and high temperature oxidation. All grades are readily machinable and higher alloyed irons have a low coefficient of thermal expansion.

STEELS

Face Plates

Allen Foundry offers a select range of steels, which include a Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum steel that is a good intermediary material between white cast iron and low carbon steel. It offers a good level of toughness coupled with good abrasion resistance, which is due to its high initial hardness. Other Steels offered are low to medium plain carbon steels that are covered by the Australian Standard AS2074.