ductile iron


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ductile iron

[¦dək·təl ′ī·ərn]
(metallurgy)
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Based on a report found on Wise Guy Reports (WGR), the global ductile iron casting market is expected to surge.
[USPRwire, Fri Jun 07 2019] This report analyzes and forecasts the ductile iron pipes market at the global and regional levels.
[ClickPress, Fri Jun 07 2019] This report analyzes and forecasts the ductile iron pipes market at the global and regional levels.
"It is tough in any service condition," said Maury Gaston, manager, marketing services, AMERICAN Ductile Iron Pipe (Birmingham, Alabama).
MTS awarded ductile iron pipe with its esteemed prime Gold/EPP SMaRT certification rating thanks to the pipe's rankings in:
The recycled metal is used to make ACIPCO's 20-foot-long ductile iron pipe, which is sold to water districts across the United States.
Ductile iron. Structural products produced from this material are a variety of cast iron in which special analysis graphite is present as spheres or spheroid as compared with the flake form used in gray cast iron.
The speheroidal structure of the graphite in the ductile iron offers no comparable support.
[UKPRwire, Tue May 21 2019] Owing to its uniquely high tensile performance and superlative flexibility owing to nodular graphite, ductile iron pipes have actively replaced conventional cast iron pipes across several end-user applications such as sewer and water line applications where corrosion remains a major functional hindrance.
Fittings shall be available in 3" through 48" sizes and shall be cast from ductile iron in accordance with ANSI/AWWA CI10/A21.I0 and ANSI/AWWA CI 11/A21.11.
"As the industry evolves, our clients are beginning to increase the demand for ductile iron," said Tom Riordan, CEO.
American Ductile iron Pipe is the industry leader in the promotion of ductile iron pipe for installation using several trenchless technology methods, including pipebursting and horizontal direction drilling.