CHARACTER OF SPECIALTIES MADE OF > CAST IRON.
The following table, No. 38, will afford a fair idea of the character of specialties now being1 made of cast iron:
j. oys and statuary.
lyocks and hinges.
Stoves and heating furnaces.
Dynamos and Electrical Work.
Small pipe fitting and valves.
Molding machines for founding.
Fans and blowers.
Journal boxes, shaft hangers.
lyfithes, planers, machine tools.
Street lamps and hitching posts.
21. Water and gas pipes.
22. Sidewalk grating and manholes.
23. Furnace and floor plate castings.
24. Sash weights.
25. Architectural castings.
26. Pneumatic hoists and machinery.
27. Gas engines.
28. Ammonia freezing machinery.
29. Air brakes and railway castings.
30. Steam and water pumps.
31. Hydraulic cylinders and machines.
32. Steam and blowing engines.
33. Hand and machine molded gears.
34. Mining machinery.
35. Punch, shears and dies.
36. Ingot molds and stools.
37. Annealing pots and pans.
38. Cannon, shot and shell.
39. Chilled car wheels.
40. Sand and chilled cast rolls.
Aside from the above classifications, there is a great variety of light and heavy castings used in different forms in the miscellaneous construction and use of castings. The list gives us about forty specialties,lphia, December 2, 1896. During the above discussion Mr.good fluidity it is not to be understood, by the above, that it is necessary to have carbon above 3.75. To obtain good fluidity, extra silicon, phosphorus, and often manganese are necessary to be com-o.n. in ladle 1,772 Ibs. .100" -326 " I.IOO .242 3