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KS ir Use" Volume: Issue: Date: 1955 Author: Article Title: Pages: 1 mM Accept Non En; 0 WEB right ASTM internation A AREA Rcocunio yan Ager ASTM license DY (se fee yda Mall Library sabre (CAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIBTY Ha ogre Fax: 8165268 area aera Standard Specifications for MILD- TO MEDIUM-STRENGTH CARBON-STEEL CASTINGS FOR GENERAL APPLICATION* LUncludes Pormer Speifeations A 67 ond A 215) Anovren, 19552 hig Standard ofthe American Society for Testing Materials is issued under Tratgead desunaton A'27; the nal number indicates the year of original seeps ss tandard wr, in the cse of revision, the year of lst revision Scope 1. (@) These specifications cover mild- strength to mediun-strength carbon. steel castings for general application as distinguished from carbon-steel and alloy-steel castings requiring a tensile strength in excess of 70,000 psi. (Notes 1 and 2). [Nore 1.~Thhe gees covered by these speci fats, exept grades N-3 and 6530, rere feat materials that are recognized as’reaily ‘weldeble by procedure a established under the cepted welding rules of such bodies as the ASAE, Wailer Code Commitice and the ‘American Welding Society, but thes imitations Qo not imply that material of ‘composition fering ftom thore speciied Hs not steldable with the use of proper lechaigue sgt ka gros is aged ch Santi tet: re ett i ee eh ree aiuatt Gt Ghetto eget Uo Bx MOAN A ac None 2.—The term “weldable" as related to steel casings does not Smmply that no special precautions need be take in welling eny oF al Efapes of steel castings, Regardless of com: portion, the melding of any steel casting ot ther steel part of fnticate shape or of greatly Srrying erowesections may neceltate epecal Trolling techaigue not -gencrlly considered scent forthe welding of pats of reasonably symmetric form (8) Bight grades of steel castings are covered, as indicated below. The grade desired shall be specified by the pur- chaser. Grode N-I, not required to be mechanically tested nor heat treated, ept as conditionally provided and -3, not required tobe mechanically tested but required to be heat treated as provided in Section 3 (0) Grade U-60-30, required tobe mechanically tested but not required tobe heat treated, except as condition ally. provided in Section 15. @) Grades 60-30, 65-30, 65-35, and 70-36, required to be heat treated as provided in Section 3(¢) and to be mechanically tested. 1026 Srectnications Yor Mrprexe-Sre Nove 3.—The nds required mechanically tested. are distingush © significant numbers of the apected tenth and yield point. For exam eld pint of 60,000 and 30,00 psi, respectively Process 2, The steel shall be made by one or more of the following processes: open hearth, electric-furnace, converter, Heat Treatment 3, (a) Al castings of grades N-3, 60-30, 65-30, 65-35, and 70-36 be heat treated, either by fall anneal normalizing, normalizing and temp or quenching and tempering in accord ance with the followi raphs (@) to (/) and the Tentative Definiti of Terms Relating to Heat ‘Treatment of Metals (A.S:T-M. Designation: E 44) 8 indicated. Unless otherwise specified in the inquiry, contract, or order, the astings may be heat treated by any of these heat treatments or combination fof these heat treatments at he option of the manufacturer () Full Annealing. The procedure for full annealing shall be as specifi in ASTM. Definitions E44. whi requires that astings are to be heated to a temperature above the transforma tion range and, after being held for proper time at this temperature th are be- are cooled slowly to a temper low the transformation range. Th castings are ordinarily allowed to cool slowly in the furnace, although they may be removed from the furnace and cooled in some medium which rate of cooling. Castings may be re moved from the furnace when the entire furnace charge has fallen to a tempera ture of 850 F. (454 C.), or lower. (© Normal ing. ~The procedure for irdened or nor the transformati requires reducing internal stresses in a stresses induced by casting, quenching, ormalizing, machining © weldin Temperature Regulation 4. Furnace temperat eating shall be effecti by the use of pyrometers, Chemical Composition 5. The steel shall conte quirements as to chemica prescribed in Table 1. Ladle Analysio 6. An analysis of each shall be made by the ms letermine the percentage specified in Table 1 ical analysis shall be made faken not less th surface of the test ingot m pouring of the heat composition thus determi form to the requirements able T and when speci icy, contract, or order sh to the purchaser or his 1 Check Analysis 7. (@) An analysis may the purchaser from ab test specimen or from a senting each heat. Drill sis shall be taken not