Ductile Iron

Technical Data

Stocklist

Diameter Inches Stock
Allowance Inches
Weight Per Foot (lbs)
1.5000.0956.350
1.7500.0958.496
2.0000.09510.955
2.2500.11813.996
2.5000.11817.107
2.7500.11820.531
3.0000.11824.266
3.2500.13628.617
3.5000.13632.998
3.7500.13637.692
4.0000.13642.698
4.2500.15448.410
4.5000.15454.063
4.7500.15460.027
5.0000.15466.303
5.2500.17273.378
5.5000.17280.300
5.7500.17287.535
6.0000.17295.082
6.2500.190103.518
6.5000.190111.711
6.7500.190120.216
7.0000.190129.033
7.5000.213148.488
8.0000.213168.364
8.5000.242190.751
9.000"0.242"213.195
10.000"0.283"263.927
11.000"0.432"326.204
12.000"0.623"397.713
13.000"0.623"463.223
14.000"0.623"533.725
16.000"0.623"689.705
16.750"0.815"770.089
18.000"0.815"883.595
19.250"0.815"1004.900
19.500"1.000"1048.944
20.000"1.000"1100.736
24.000"1.000"1602.667
25.000"1.000"1736.168 

65-45-12 Ductile Iron is a continuous cast iron produced with a graphite and ferritic microstructure that provides excellent machinability, good surface finishes, optimal impact strength, fatigue properties, electrical conductivity, and high magnetic permeability. These properties make it an excellent metal for hydraulic cylinder pistons, cylinder blocks, gears, bushings, and glands.

  • 1-½” to 25” Machined Diameter (38.1 mm to 508 mm) + machining allowance
  • Ductile Iron has stocked lengths ranging from 6’ – 12’ (1.74 m to 3.68 m)
  • Cut to size lengths
  • Tensile Strength 65K PSI
  • Yield 45K PSI
  • Ductile Iron is produced to ASTM A-536
  • Brinell Hardness Range of 131/220

Benefits of 65-45-12 Ductile Iron

  • Superior corrosion resistance
  • Excellent fatigue strength
  • Superior machinability. Reduces machine time by 50%
  • Reduced scrap
  • Fine grained surface finish
  • Wear resistance
  • High thermal conductivity

80-55-06 Ductile Iron:  Team Tube offers 80-55-06 ductile iron where increased Tensile and Yield Strength are necessary, while still maintaining excellent machinability and good surface finishes.