Our Castings- The Scope

Having dealt with customized castings since last two decades, we have gained expertize with various grades of castings. We have all sorts of required facilities for manufacturing Carbon Steel, Manganese Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, High Chrom Iron, Special Ni Hard & Ductile Iron. The choice for grades of castings depends on the application of the castings. For your reference we have described the purposes/applications of various grade to enable you to choose appropriate for your applications and for easy reference.


Range of Products

Carbon Steel

Carbon steel is an alloy consisting of iron and carbon. Several other elements are allowed in carbon steel, with low maximum percentages. These elements are manganese, with a 1.65% maximum, silicon, with a 0.60% maximum, and copper, with a 0.60% maximum. Other elements may be present in quantities too small to affect its properties.


Grades of Carbon

There are four types of carbon steel based on the amount of carbon present in the alloy. Lower carbon steels are softer and more easily formed, and steels with a higher carbon content are harder and stronger, but less ductile, and they become more difficult to machine and weld. Below are the properties of the grades of carbon steel

  • Low Carbon Steel – Composition of 0.05%-0.25% carbon and up to 0.4% manganese. Also known as mild steel, it is a low-cost material that is easy to shape. While not as hard as higher-carbon steels, carburizing can increase its surface hardness.
  • Medium Carbon Steel – Composition of 0.29%-0.54% carbon, with 0.60%-1.65% manganese. Medium carbon steel is ductile and strong, with long-wearing properties.
  • High Carbon Steel – Composition of 0.55%-0.95% carbon, with 0.30%-0.90% manganese. It is very strong and holds shape memory well, making it ideal for springs and wire.
  • Very High Carbon Steel - Composition of 0.96%-2.1% carbon. Its high carbon content makes it an extremely strong material. Due to its brittleness, this grade requires special handling.

Products

Manganese Steel

Steel that is made by alloying steel, containing 0.8 to 1.25% C, with 11 to 15% Mn. It is very resistant to abrasion, achieves up to 3 times its surface hardness during impact, & has high strength at very low temperatures.


Common Application:

Please note information shared here is just for basic understanding of the grades of castings and should not be taken as standard/official reference. We strongly recommend aconsult with experts before finalizing the grades of castings for your applications.

Stainless Steel

Steel that is defined as a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5% to 11% Cr content by mass. It is also called as corrosion-resistant steel & is used where properties of steel & resistance to corrosion are required.


Common Application:

Please note information shared here is just for basic understanding of the grades of castings and should not be taken as standard/official reference. We strongly recommend aconsult with experts before finalizing the grades of castings for your applications.

Alloy Steel

Steels that are usually used to achieve better hardness and are used to increase corrosion resistance in certain environmental conditions. Grades like EN 8, EN 9, EN 19, EN 24, other EN Series, special Ni hard, High Cr Iron.


Common Application:

Please note information shared here is just for basic understanding of the grades of castings and should not be taken as standard/official reference. We strongly recommend aconsult with experts before finalizing the grades of castings for your applications.

Ductile Iron

Steels that are usually used to achieve better hardness and are used to increase corrosion resistance in certain environmental conditions. Grades like EN 8, EN 9, EN 19, EN 24, other EN Series, special Ni hard, High Cr Iron.


Common Application:

Please note information shared here is just for basic understanding of the grades of castings and should not be taken as standard/official reference. We strongly recommend aconsult with experts before finalizing the grades of castings for your applications.

Disclaimer: Please note information shared here is just for basic understanding of the grades of castings and should not be taken as standard/official reference. We strongly recommend consulting with experts before finalizing the grades of castings for your applications.