cast steel


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cast steel

[′kast ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel shaped by casting.
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The Norwegian group's unit will also supply cast steel integrals to the hull structure of the platform of the Korean customer.
Mathes remarked, "This joint venture will enable our company to grow significantly by adding cast steel railway wheels, a product which is currently in short supply globally, with our already expansive product offering.
And if there was ever an earthquake, the inertial forces caused by the excitation of the structure would also be transmitted through the cast steel connections.
Heavy-duty spherical roller bearings are mounted in cast steel pillow block housing for improved shock loading
According to Phil Masiasz, project researcher, "the new steel resists failure during creep, mechanical fatigue and especially thermal fatigue at up to 850 centigrade, a 200-degree improvement from common cast steel.
The presses are said to feature ASTM cast steel cylinders up to 3,000 psi; solid steel head block and bolster; solid heavy duty steel side plates: beveled corner side plate guiding bolster; single- or multi-daylight openings; steam, oil or electric heating platens; compact, self-contained design; hydraulics and operator controls to specifications, including an Allen Bradley PLC for fully automatic operation; dual palm closing push buttons, light curtain, enclosure, etc.
Von Gerkan and Marg's vast, barrel-vaulted Exhibition Hall in Leipzig, designed in collaboration with Ian Ritchie (AR March 1996), is clearly a late twentieth-century reinterpretation of the Crystal Palace, using contemporary structural and material technologies of trussed steel arches and silicone jointed glass sheets held in place by cast steel finger fixings.
Hand Chain Is:2429, Length 120 Feet Endless Load Chain Wheel Made Of Cast Steel Is:1030, Gear Made Of Sae 8620 20 Mn, Cr 5 Alloy Steel Cut On Hobbing Machine For Accuracy Duly Hardened And Tempered Ensuring Optimum Strength, Ratchet And Bawl Made Of Hardened And Tempered Cast Steel Safety And Easy In Locking Of The Load.
Army and Marine Corps in World War II, featured cast steel turrets that provided a slight advantage for the Allied forces.
Typical materials include: cast iron, stainless steel, carbon steel, cast steel, aluminum, bronze, brass, copper, and many exotic alloys.
The cast steel, all-welded case design of the magnets minimizes the weight while maximizing lift-to-weight ratios without sacrificing strength and durability.