Schreier Metall

Cast Iron

DIN EN 16 482

Alloy Density approx. Important
tempers
Tensile Strength
Rm
N/mm2
Yield Stress
Rp0,2
N/mm2
Elongation
A
%
Hardness
HB
Electr.
conductivity
MS/s
EN-GJL-250C
DIN EN 16 482
5.1203 7,2 ∅ 35-50
∅ 55-100
∅ 105-200
∅ 205-400

≥ 195
≥ 180
≥ 165
≥ 155





















Comparable Specifications:
GG-25, 0.6025, DIN 1691


Electrical continuous casting made of cast iron with lamellar graphite is distinguished by its manufacturing technique with a very dense, fine, pearlitic-ferritic microstructure, in which there is an even, finely lamellar graphite distribution. This microstructure produces high resistance to friction wear with good sliding properties and is completely oil and pressure-proof, cavity-free and polishable.

Cast Iron

DIN EN 16 482

Alloy Density approx. Important
tempers
Tensile Strength
Rm
N/mm2
Yield Stress
Rp0,2
N/mm2
Elongation
A
%
Hardness
HB
Electr.
conductivity
MS/s
EN-GJS-400-15C
DIN EN 16 482
5.3126 7,3 ∅ 35-60
∅ 65-120
∅ 125-400

≥ 400
≥ 390
≥ 370

≥ 250
≥ 250
≥ 240

≥ 15
≥ 14
≥ 11









Comparable Specifications:
GGG-40, 0.7040, DIN 1693


Cast iron with spherical graphite formation, ferritic microstructure has high strength and elongation values and a high modulus of elasticity. Good machinability.