iron alloy

iron alloy

[′ī·ərn ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy having iron as the principal component.
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The dessert, found wrapped in paper and in its original"tin-plated iron alloy tin" container, was made by the British biscuit company Huntley & Palmers.
2) TT690 is a state-of-the-art nickel, chromium, and iron alloy, specially heat-treated for enhanced corrosion resistance.
The two nine-ton furnaces were dedicated to a single molding line, but struggled to keep up with increased demand for a new ductile iron alloy.
In the initial stage of the venture, the target of production is expected to be 600,000 tonnes in which iron alloy, iron and seamless pipes will be produced.
In the first stage of the project the production capacity is expected to reach 600,000 tonnes of steel in which seamless pipes, iron, and iron alloy will be made.
In the first stage of the project, however, the production capacity is expected to reach 600,000 tons of steel in which seamless pipes, iron, and iron alloy will be made
It is surrounded by the liquid outer core, an iron alloy, whose convection-driven movement generates the geomagnetic field.
If we remove tariffs or demand an end to China's export restrictions we run the risk of being flooded by these commodities again, endangering what is left of EU production," said Ines Van Lierde, secretary-general of EuroAlliages, an industry group that represents Europe's iron alloy producers.
The maker of high-density stainless and iron alloy powder metal parts for the auto industry currently employs about 70 workers.
Erdos Metallurgy is the largest iron alloy manufacturer in the world by production capacity.
In addition to aluminum, NEI also offers molds made of Meehanite, which they describe as a very dense cast iron alloy.
Here the submerged arc furnace performs a smelting operation to produce a nickel, chromium and iron alloy.