Malleable iron castings

articles cast from pig iron and made malleable by heating then for several days in the presence of some substance, as hematite, which deprives the cast iron of some of its carbon.

See also: Malleable

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(manufacture of malleable iron castings, steel furniture and various machines);
But to be clear, the GM specification from August 1993 is titled Ferritic and Pearlitic (Armasteel) Malleable Iron Castings and shows the GM11M, GM86M, GM85M, GM84M and GM88M grades.
Overall, industry shipments of malleable iron castings fell from 1.2 million tons in '65 to 203,000 tons last year (nearly 50% of which was GM production).
(VS Guss AG), a maker of high-volume malleable iron castings up to 2 lb, moved from Holland, Michigan, to Troy, Michigan, to pursue auto and other applications.
foundries will supply an estimated 54,000 tons of malleable iron castings this year.
"Some people even tell us we were the first." In the 1960s and 1970s, the company found that using Disamatics were well suited to making small (2-16 oz) thin-walled malleable iron castings.
Chinese capacity changes malleable iron castings from a scarce commodity to one that is abundant and price-driven.
Automotive - The largest tonnage of malleable iron castings in the U.S.
Annual production of malleable iron castings is currently about 404.200 tons, occupying 3% of total casting output.
is a green sand foundry producing malleable iron castings in upstate New York.
gray, ductile and malleable iron castings' capacity to fill U.S.
DIS activities include sponsoring technical research, and promoting ductile iron's superior strength, castability and cost effectiveness as a replacement for steel, gray and malleable iron castings, forgings and weldments.