Dura-Bar 100-70-03 ductile iron contains nodular graphite in a matrix of pearlite with small amounts of ferrite. The pearlitic structure maximizes strength and wear characteristics in a non-alloyed as-cast ductile iron. This specification conforms to ASTM A536 100-70-03. Download the 100-70-03 Product Brief to learn more.
Cylinder blocks, Gerotors, Glands, Manifolds, Pistons, Rotors, Valves
Barrell Rollers, Bushings, Chain Sheave Rollers, Chuck Bodies, Die Blocks, Flywheels, Gear Racks, Gears, Housings, Pile Drivers, Pulleys, Rams, Rotary Tables
Gears, Housings, Liners, Pistons, Rotors
Guide Rolls, Pinch Rolls, Runout Table Rolls
Camshafts, Carriers, Gears, Pulleys, Rail Spacers
The microstructure consists of Type I & Type II nodular graphite as defined in ASTM A247. The matrix is highly pearlite with small amounts of ferrite. The edge or rim will have a higher nodule count and contain slightly higher ferrite concentration when compared to the center. Chill carbides will be less than 5% in any field at 100x and will be well dispersed.
Carbon and silicon targets are specified for each bar size in order to maintain mechanical properties. Small amounts of alloying elements are used to stabilize the pearlitic structure. Magnesium treatment is employed to produce nodular graphite.
Hardness properties for various diameters are shown in the table. Hardness properties listed are minimum and maximum across the bar. For rectangles, squares and shapes, the hardness properties will depend on minimum and maximum section thickness and will be supplied on request.
|1.000 - 20.000||25 - 508|
Tensile strength is determined from a longitudinal test specimen taken from mid-radius of the as-cast bar.
|Tensile strength psi (min)||100,000|
|Yield strength psi (min)||70,000|
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