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|Material Grade:||QT500-7, Alloy Steel,Heat-resistant Cast Iron||Hardness:||170~230HB|
|Process:||Sand Cast Process||Size:||Customized Size|
|Capactities:||10 Tons,20 Tons,25 Tons,etc||Service:||ODM OEM|
|Quality Control:||100% Inspected|
QT500-7 Slag Pots Ductile Iron Slag Pot Sand Casting Slag Tank
The Slag Pot is an important equipment in steelmaking production. It is a container for high-temperature
slag produced during the smelting process of steel. It has a bowl-shaped container with lifting trunnions
on both sides.
Slag Pot purchased by metallurgical companies generally use the traditional casting process, which has
a long manufacturing cycle, short service life, and a large number of scraps. Great Wall Cast Steel has
increased innovation in the production of slag tanks, and its slag tanks have a short casting period and
a long service life Strong anti-deformation ability.
The Trends for Material Selection:
Due to obvious advantages in terms of service life,maintenance and cost-efficiency, cast steel has been
becoming more significant in the melting pot construction over the last few years against both materials,
spheroidal cast-iron and lamellar graphite cast-iron. In comparison with other materials, cast steel offers
excellent repair possibilities as it is well-suited to welding.
Material: Heat Resistant Cast Iron, QT600-3;
Quality Level: As per National Standard & International Standards.
Production Process: Sand Process Heat-treatment Process.
Including machining process,such as drilling and tapping holes.
1. We can make big size alloy steel castings with Sodium Silicate Sand Process.
2. We can supply finished alloy steel castings with heat-treatment and machining process.
3. We can produce alloy Steel castings as per ASTM A27, GB/T 20878,DIN 17440,DIN 17224, AISI,
ASTM,JIS SUH35,NF A35-572/584,BS970,BS1449,ISO 683/13.
4. The biggest steel castings we can achieve so far is 300 tons per piece.
|GB||Tensile Strength||Yield point||Elongation||Hardness(HBS)|
|σb/Mpa (≥)||σs/Mpa (≥)||δ5/%(≥)|