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The ganglion and the gray cast iron belong to the graphite cast iron group – iron and carbon alloys and some other elements (silicon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, chromium, nickel, copper). Both types of cast iron are easy to mold, less shrinkage. Pig iron and gray cast iron products are resistant – http://Www.ehow.com/search.html?s=resistant to compression, load and wear resistance. Apparently both are gray in color, so it’s hard to distinguish them.
How to distinguish between cast iron and gray cast iron as follows:
• About the ingredients
Chemical composition of nap ho ga composite – https://naphoga.wordpress.com/ gray cast iron: Carbon: 2.8 – báo giá nắp gang hố ga – https://www.facebook.com/N%E1%BA%AFp-h%E1%BB%91-ga-b%C3%A1n-n%E1%BA%AFp-h%E1%BB%91-ga-ti%C3%AAu-chu%E1%BA%A9n-ch%C3%A2u-%C3%82u-t%E1%BA%A1i-Th%C3%A0nh-An-410202345747539/ 3.5%; Silicon: 1.5 – 3%; Manganese: 0.5 – 1%; Phosphorus: 0.1 – 0.2%; sulfur ? 0.08% with small castings and 0.1 – 0.12% for large castings.
The chemical composition of gangrene is as follows: Carbon: 3 – 3.6%; Silicon: 2 – 3%; Manganese: 0.5 – 1%; Nickel
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