Skip to main content

Full text of "Metallurgy Of Cast Iron"

See other formats

584                    METALLURGY OF CAST IRON.
9. Reasonable facilities shall be given the inspectors to satisfy themselves that castings are "being              ' made in accordance with specifications, and, if pos- i sible, tests shall be made at the place of production, | prior to shipments. \ These somewhat general specifications are doubt- i less capable of being modified, but are presented by [ us to this Association for discussion and possible j approval in lieu of anything better now in existence.* l| The specifications should certainly be fair to con- : sumer and founder, and, if experience teaches us better, can be suitably modified from time to time.
From the first outline of our plan of casting* test bars, now known so generally, to the final completion of this report we have endeavored to obtain informa-               !
tion valuable to our industry,  and sincerely hope that               :
much good may result from this, we think, impartial series of conclusions.      Respectfully,                                         ^
DR. RICHARD MOLDKNKK,                    !
JAS. S. STIRLING,                                 
Jos. S. SEAMAN,                                   j
Jos. S. MCDONALD.                              !
* This report and specifications were received and unanimously                 j
adopted by the A. F. A. Convention at Buffalo, June, 1901.      The                 !
committee was tendered a vote of thanks and was discharged.                      iJ^NM!   fur t lit*.