To share with you the introduction of the advantages and product strength of ball milled cast iron pipe fittings, we will give you a detailed introduction below for the specific details.
To talk about the advantages of ball milled cast iron pipe fittings, first of all, it must be the strength of the product, and it is strongly proved by facts that the tensile strength of ball milled cast iron is 60k, while the tensile strength of ordinary gray cast iron is only 31k. There is another aspect of the comparability between the two, which is the yield strength. The yield strength of ball milled cast iron is as low as 40k, while the yield strength of ordinary gray cast iron is only 36k.
Ball-milled cast iron pipe fittings include straight cast iron pipes and pipe fittings, which are generally formed by casting iron. Because this kind of pipe is not labor-intensive, it can only be used in water supply, drainage, gas and other transportation pipelines. If classified according to different casting methods, cast iron pipes can also be divided into continuous cast iron pipes and centrifugal cast iron pipes, and the performance of the products is also different.
Ball-milled cast iron pipe fittings are manufactured using the ball-milled cast iron process. In addition to basic water delivery and water supply, they can also be used as anti-corrosion pipelines. This is mainly because the ball milled cast iron pipe has excellent performance, and is also very ideal in terms of service life and pressure resistance, and is favored by users because of its good anti-corrosion effect.