EN 16482: 2014 | IN GJL-500-7C

GGG-50/40

Available formats: Sheet metal, plates, bars, profiles and wires.

features

GGG-50/40, offers greater wear resistance, tensile strength and improves elongation compared to the 500-7 standard, while still having good machinability and excellent surface finish. It absorbs noise and damping well. Meets the requirements specified in Standard EN-16482: 2014 | IN GJS-500-7C and with EN GJS-400-15C, reducing the necessary stocks.

Brinell hardness

170-210 HB with 10 mm diameter ball and 3000Kg load. depending on the size of the section. Hardness readings are taken throughout the entire section of the bar. The hardness values for rectangles depend on the relationship between height and width and can be supplied upon request.

Micro structure

It contains nodular (spheroidal) graphite type V & VI according to ISO 945. The periphery contains approximately 200/250 nodules / mm2 and is predominantly ferritic, with a nucleus containing 90/150 nodules / mm2. The core matrix is ferritic / perlitic mixture (10-50% perlite). Cold carbides will be less than 5 %, well dispersed.

Chemical composition

%
C
Si
Mn
S
P
Mg
-
Others / Alloys
Fe

Min.

3,25

2,4

0,1

0,005

0,015

0,04

-

-

-

Max.

3,7

3

0,4

0,02

0,08

0,07

-

Residual

Balance

Typical ranges: (Analysis at the discretion of the manufacturer)

features

GGG-50/40, offers greater wear resistance, tensile strength and improves elongation compared to the 500-7 standard, while still having good machinability and excellent surface finish. It absorbs noise and damping well. Meets the requirements specified in Standard EN-16482: 2014 | IN GJS-500-7C and with EN GJS-400-15C, reducing the necessary stocks.

Brinell hardness

170-210 HB with 10 mm diameter ball and 3000Kg load. depending on the size of the section. Hardness readings are taken throughout the entire section of the bar. The hardness values for rectangles depend on the relationship between height and width and can be supplied upon request.

Micro structure

It contains nodular (spheroidal) graphite type V & VI according to ISO 945. The periphery contains approximately 200/250 nodules / mm2 and is predominantly ferritic, with a nucleus containing 90/150 nodules / mm2. The core matrix is ferritic / perlitic mixture (10-50% perlite). Cold carbides will be less than 5 %, well dispersed.

Chemical composition

Element
Min.%
Max. %

C


Si


Mn


S


P


Mg


-


-


-


Others / Alloys


Fe

3,25


2,4


0,1


0,005


0,015


0,04


-


-


-


-


-

3,7


3


0,4


0,02


0,08


0,07


-


-


-


Residual


Balance

Typical ranges: (Analysis at the discretion of the manufacturer)

Size range

Standard Measures
Dimensions and supply

25mm round? 600mm

On request

Square 30mm x 30mm? 510mm x 510mm

On request

Rectangular Up to 750mm x 560mm

On request

Gross supply of casting, turning, drilling, milling

Too much machining according to general catalog

Long Length Standard 3 meters

Custom cut of parts

General Physical Properties

Quality
Material Section
Tensile strength N / mm2
L. Elastic 0.2% N / mm2
Elongation%
Hardness (HB)
Matrix
GGG-50/40 EN 16482: 2014 IN GJL-500-7C and EN GJL-400-15C 20 <D? 60 500 320 15 170-215 Ferritic
60 <D? 120 450 300 14
120 <D? 400 420 290 11
400 <D? 700 ? 420 * 290 11

* By way of indication, specification of agreement between smelter and client.

Physical Properties

Quality GGG-50/40 - EN 16482: 2014 - EN GJL-500-7C and EN GJL-400-15C
Material Section
20 <D? 60
60 <D? 120
120 <D? 400
400 <D? 700
Expected values of tensile strength N / mm2
500
450
420
? 420 *
L. Elastic 0.2% N / mm2
320
300
290
290
Elongation%
15
14
11
11
Hardness (HB) 170-210
Matrix Ferritic

Taken from a half radius of the molten bar, do not test apart from the molten bar.

Formats

  • Rectangular Iron Profiles GGG-50/40
  • Round Iron Profiles GGG-50/40
  • Square Iron Profiles GGG-50/40
  • GGG-50/40 Iron Pipes

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