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The term cast iron encompasses a family of ferrous alloys with a variety of metallurgical, mechanical, and physical properties. The chemical composition and welding requirements of the metals vary within the family. This document discusses the relative weldability of various types of cast irons and the filler metals and processes used to weld them. It recommends the steps for qualification of welding procedures, welding operators and welders, and requirements for the quality of welds. Content: Front Matter • Statement on the Use of American Welding Society Standards • List of Tables • List of Figures • Table of Contents 1. Scope and History 2. Cast Iron - Its Metallurgy and Weldability 3. General Considerations When Welding Iron Castings 4. Gas Processes 5. Arc Welding Processes 6. Surfacing and Overlaying 7. Applications 8. Welding Procedure and Performance Qualification 9. Quality Control 10. Safety and Health Appendices
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