Cast-iron blast-furnace cooling plates with domestically-manufactured globular graphite
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The ZSMK Casting Shop has developed an environmentally safe process for fabrication of cooling plates from high-strength cast iron, and has cast several test samples. VCh50 cast iron (GOST 7293-85) with globular graphite, which is used to ensure that a ferritic base metal forms in the relatively large castings required for the cooling plates; a ferritic base metal is the most stable at high temperature, prevents cast iron “growth,” and prevents the parts from becoming warped in use.
KeywordsCast Iron Blast Furnace Cooling Plate Cooling Tube Test Casting
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