Company Profile - Abrasion corrosion and wear alloy CT4 abrasion resistant iron ASTM A532 stainless steel CF8M

By: Fonderie Des Appalaches  09-12-2011
Keywords: alloy, Abrasion

Mechanical Properties
Alloy Hardness BHN Abrasion loss (GR) Erosion loss (GR) Toughness MPa.m Traction (LB/PO) Cavitation loss (GR) Microstructure Resistance Equivalent ASTM
CT-4 500-750 0,05-0,07 0,025-0,035 28-50 80 C,A,M,SC Abra., Eros., Toughness A532-87 CLII type B
CT-4C 0,60-0,08 0,60-0,08 30-45 80 90-110 C,A,M,SC Abra.,Corr., Cavitation A532-87 CLII type B
CT-5C 0,60-0,08 0,60-0,08 25-45 70 70-90 C,A,M,SC Cavitation, Corrosion A532-87 CLIII type A

Laboratoire de l'Université Laval (Département de Mines et Métallurgie)

Whether your problem is abrasion, erosion or cavitation, Appalachian Foundry can provide an engineered solution to your wear problems. The abrasion resistant CT alloys of Appalachian Foundry have been proven winners in various applications over the past couple of years. Developed in collaboration with Laval University, Quebec city, these alloys are used in various industries including mining, pulp and paper and aluminium smelters.

Our technical personnel can review your problem areas and provide the best choice of CT alloy. With our continuous alloy improvements, we will be able to provide the best combination of microstructure, hardness and corrosion resistance to improve your material performance and reduce your costs.

For additional information, please contact us at Appalachian Foundry. Our technical personnel will be pleased to answer your questions. If required we can meet you on site at your convenience.

Keywords: Abrasion, alloy

Contact Fonderie Des Appalaches

Email - none provided

Print this page