Cast iron mastery – Exploring applications for ultimate durability
Cast iron is a type of ferrous metal, similar to steel and the common iron, but there are some differences. Cast iron has less maleability and can be more brittle than mild steel. Cast iron can be welded under very specific constrained conditions on but unlike mild steel and iron, cast iron is difficult to weld.
The image below shows an example of a cast iron coupling in a guardrail.
The image below shows a cast iron 4 way coupler in a pipe style guardrail.
Image below shows an example of a floor flange used in mounting a historic guard rail.