malleable iron


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malleable iron

n
1. (Metallurgy) Also called: malleable cast iron cast iron that has been toughened by gradual heating or slow cooling
2. (Metallurgy) a less common name for wrought iron
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Perhaps the most difficult problem I've faced has been malleable iron chain for the No.
On the other hand, the Great Lakes, a relatively high-paying region, accounted for three-fifths of the work force in gray iron foundries, except pipe and fittings, and four-fifths of the workers in malleable iron foundries.
Raide bed has handsome details Malleable iron washers are both practical and decorative in this raised planter.
Karam began a 34-year career with General Motors' Central Foundry Division, where he served as plant manager of Saginaw malleable iron and director of foundry and government relations.
His son, also Abraham succeeded in producing malleable iron from coke smelted pig iron in M45.
Degutis was a heat treater for many years working for New England Malleable Iron Co.
The group, which supplies spheroidal graphite and malleable iron castings, increased its profit in the year to end-March but said its outlook is uncertain because of rising electricity prices and its pension fund deficit.
They are manufactured from ductile iron and give up to 15% greater tensile strength than ordinary malleable iron fixings.
Tenders are invited for furnish fittings and nipples, galvanized, malleable iron, steel (water), as may be ordered.
As mild steel took over from malleable iron for construction purposes in the mid-1880s, the Shinglers Arms must have been early Middlesbrough.