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( Third Revision)
0 BIS 1999
MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI 110002
Price Group 4
e) Clause. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard. after the draft finalized by the Steel Castings Sectional Committee had been tipproved by the Metallurgical Engineering Division Council. for services at normal atmospheric or elevated temperatures. . nickel and nickel-copper type. In the present revision the following main modifications have been made: a) Various clauses have been aligned with the recent standards on Steel Castings. sugar. issued by the American Society for Testing and Materials. and standard. MTD 17 FOREWORD This Indian Standard (Third Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards. iron-chromium-nickel. Clause’s on supply of material and non-destructive tests have been modified. shall be rounded off in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised)‘. For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with the final value observed or calculated. iron-chromium-nickel and nickel base alloy castings for general application’. For applications involving corrosion at elevated temperature. The alloy combinations of these castings are chiefly iron-chromium. pharmaceuticals. food processing. assistance has been derived from ASTM A : 743/A743M-93a ‘Specification for corrosion resistant iron-chromium. etc. c> The 4 definition on cast melt has been modified. expressing the result of a test or analysis. on particulars to be specified while ordering has been included in the main text of the Corrosion resistant steel castings are used in various industries such as chemicals dyes petroleum refining. b) The list of referred standards is annexed. In formulating this standard. nickel-molybdenum. Typical applications are given in Annex C.Steel Castings Sectional Committee. paper. reference should be made to IS 7806:1993 ‘Martensitic and austenitic high alloy steel castings for high temperature service (second revisions . This standard was first published in 1966 and was subsequently revised in 1978 and 1987.
4 GRADES This standard covers a total of 27 grades of corrosion resistant high castings (see. I One furnace heat. when carried out either by the method specified in IS 228 and its relevant parts or any other established instrumental/ chemical methods. 8. 8.1 The ladle analysis of material.SPECIFICATION ( Third Revision) 1 SCOPE This standard covers the requirements for high alloy steel and nickel base castings suitable for corrosion resistant applications.IS 3444 : 1999 Indian Standard CORROSION RESISTANT HIGH ALLOY STEEL AND NICKEL BASE CASTINGS FOR GENERAL APPLICATIONS . and in such a manner as not to impair the usefulness of any casting selected.1. or A number of furnaces or crucible heats of similar composition mixed in a ladle before pouring. . 6 MANUFACTURE The material for the castings shall be’made by electric arc or electric induction or such other processes as may be agreed to between the purchaser and the manufacturer. 3. However. the manufacturer shall ensure that the residual elements-are within the limits. Drillings for analysis shall be taken from not less than 6 mm beneath the cast surface. to keep them as low as practicable. 2 REFERENCES Indian Standards listed in Annex A are necessary adjuncts to this standard. Table 1). 3 TERMINOLOGY 3. 5 SUPPLY OF MATERIAL General requirements relating to supply of-corrosion resistant high alloy steel and nickel base castings shall conform to IS 8800. the product analysis may be carried out from a broken tensile test piece or from a casting representing each melt. if so specified by the purchaser at the time of enquiry and order. need not ordinarily be added to the steel and all reasonable precautions shall be taken to prevent contamination from scrap. 8. The permissible variation in product analysis from the limits specified in Table 1 shall be as given in IS 6601. shall supply a test certificate of chemical analysis of sample of material for each melt. the procedure given in IS 228 shall be the referee method. In case of dispute.4. where the method is not given in IS 228 the referee method shall be agreed to between the purchaser and the manufacturer.4 Residual Elements 8.2 The manufacturer shall carry out analysis from a sample of each melt and.1. when such limits are specified by the purchaser in enquiry and order.SPECIFIED WHILE For the benefit of purchaser.2 Batch .1 Cusr (Melt) following: a) b) c) The product of any one of the 7 PARTICULARS ORDERING TO BE.2 Analysis and reporting of the analysis in test certificate for the residual elements shall be done only when so specified by the purchaser in enquiry and order.1 For the purpose of this standard. the following definitions shall apply.1 Elements not specified in Table 1.A group of castings of one grade of material.4. However. shall be as given in Table 1. particulars to be specified while ordering for the castings under this specification are given in Annex B 8 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION 8. etc. 8. cast from the same melt and heat treated together under identical conditions. 3. One crucible heat.3 Product Analysis If specified at the time of enquiry and order.
0-21.04 0.04 0.25 Max 26.0 Remainder 11.00 2.0 23.04 0.04 0.0 - - 5) - - 14 0.030 0.65 1.60 - The value of constituents percentage should be treated as maximum wherever a range is not specified.12 0.0 MUX l.15 0.50 1.00 1.15-1.0-15.0 - 2.0 - 0. 8.04 0.040 Remainder 1.0 18.1.04 0.90 to 1.00 1.0-21.00 16.5-14.0 percent.2 When necessary to remove risers or gates by flame or electric arc or a combination thereof.04 1.20 0.25 1.00 0.0-21.0-12. such casting may be rejected notwithstanding any previous certification of satisfactory testing and/or inspection.0-21.4.04 1.0-12.0 8.00 1.0 Remainder 14.00 2.50 1.00 0.50 1.08 0.20-040 1. 10.0-20.2 The purchaser shall specify tolerances on all important dimensions.0-27.0 0.0-21. Percentr) :) 1 Mn 0.00 2.030 0.0 5.50 6.40-0. 6A3) 7 7A’) 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22A 23 24 8.5-30.030 1.00 1.030 0.04 0. 9.00 2.30 0.50 0.0 1.50 Max 2.0-21. (it) (E)(E)(G) - 2 3 4 5 63.50 Mm 11.40 1. Grades 6 and 6A are for free machining steels.04 0.00 3.0 - 0.00 2.0-12.50 0. Any such operation is preferably done before heat treatment.04 22.03 0.16 0.030 0.50 & A 0.04 0.5-14.40-1.00 2. 8.0 8.50 11.35 0.0-11.0 18.03 0.04 0.0-11.50 1. cobper content of 0.50 1.00 2.OO 0.00 1.0 0.08 D.50 11.50 1.04 0.0 2.50 1.40 - Remainder 2.20-0.50 0.0 1.0 3.040 0.5 15.50 1.50 1.0 0.030 0.20 percent is optional.1 The castings shall be accurately moulded in accordance with the pattern or working drawings supplied by the purchaser or as mutually agreed.06 2.l~percent.040 19.0 26.00 Remainder Remainder Remainder - - - - 3.04 0.04 0.50 0.0-13.04 0.0 0.50 3.0 27.04 0.00 - 1.0 0.50 1.00 0.0 10. Grade 7A is with limited carbon for more severely corrosive to condiiion.030 0.3 and 8.0-26.00 Max 26~0-33.15 0.04 0.17 18.0 Max 1.0 3.20 0.5-14.0 18.04 0.04 0.08 0.3 In the event of any casting proving defective from foundry causes in the course of preparation.0 9.00 1.0 MO * (8) - .04 11.OMox 2.04 0.50 1.0 20.IS 3444 : 1999 Table 1 Chemical (Chuses Grade Requirements 4.0-21.00 2.0 22.0 18.20-0.04 0. with the addition of such letters.1 All castings shall be free from defects that will adversely affect machining and utility of castings.04 0.50 1.00 1.040 1.0 9.04 0.00 2.50 1.50 2.50 1.0 9.04 0.04 0.0-33.30 0.40 18.03 18.0-30.5-4.00-17.04 0.0 26.07 0.0-15.50 1.35 - - - - 1.00 2.0-11.08 0.50-20.0-30.0 - - (I) Remainder Remainder Remain&r Remain&r Remain&r Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remainder Remain&r Remainder Remainder Remainder 0. 10 FREEDOM FROM DEFECTS 10.35 0. If a niobium plus tantalum alloy in the approximate Nb: Ta ratio of 3 : 1 is used for stabiliiing this grade.00 2.030 9.0&x 4.0-13.0-13.0-21.5 Mm 0.00 1.50 0.040 1.00 0.50 7.80 0.04 0.50 1.00 2.0-21.0 12. machining or erection.12 0.04 OXI4 0.04 0.0 26.0 17.0 9.0-3.0-26. the total niobium plus tantalum content shah not be less than 9 thnes the carbon content and shall not exceed 1.0-4.0-23.20 al0 0.0-33.0 12.04 0.0 1. On other dimensions tolerances specified in IS 4897 shall apply.50 3.50 0. 10.oo (4) 1.50 3. 2 .00 2.00 1.50 2.0-21.0-12. 9. Grade 5 shall have a niobium content of not less than 8 times the carbon content and not more than 1. figures and marks as may be specified.12 0.0-12.5-14.0 Max 8.16 0.0-22. For Grade 12.5 - 0.030 0.04 0.0 18.0 19.0 17.25 1. care shall be taken to make the cut at a sufftcient distance from the body of the casting so as to prevent any defect being introduced into the casting due to local heating. or by any other process involving intense heat.1) Constituent.0-3.0 2. 9 WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH 9.04 0.0-22.0-3.04 0.04 0.
hold for sufficient time to ensure temperature equalisation throughout the casting.S.1 The mechanical properties specified are those which are to be obtained from test bars cast either separately from or attached to the castings to which they refer and heat treated as given in 12. The relevant mechanical ~properties shall be as given in Table 3.285 with IS 1500. 6Aand 17 Table 3 Mechanical Properties (Clause 13. such as penetrant. Heat to 1 09O”C. or 25 - b) As cast if corrosionresistanceis acceptable. = 195 MPa. magnetic particle. MPa (3) 205 190 210 210 210 210 210 190 280 450 210 480 205 210 240 170 320 190 120 210 170 320 550 Elongation Percent M&r (4) 32 32 27 27 27 23 27 27 09 16 13 32 27 23 32 3 27 9 23 23 6 13 Heat Treatment Heat to 1 040°C Min. and furnace cool. 12 and 13 shall have a Brine11 HB Max.22 22A 19and23 As agreed upon by the purchaser and the manufacturerso as to develop acceptablecorrosionmsistance Heat to 955”C. 24 35 0 For low ferriteor non-magnetic castings of this grade. represent the quality of steel from which the castings have been poured. Min 13 MECHANICAL TESTS 14 NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTS 14.IS 3444 : 1999 11 FETTLING AND DRESSING All castings shall be properly fettled and dressed. Min. 13. 12 and 13 Heat to 790°C .2.21.quenchin water or rapid cool by otherttxans so as to develop acceptable corrosion resistance.2 Tensiie Test The tensile test shall be carried out in accordance with IS 1608.the following valuesshag apply: T. All castings shall be suitably heat treated as specified in Table 2 so as to attain specified mechanical properties.6. quenchin wateror~rapid cool by othermeans so as to develop acceptablecorrosionresistance. l-l.ll and 14 a) Heat to 950°C &fin. 12 HEAT TREATMENT 12.8and9 10. hold for sufticient time to ensure temperature equalisation throughout the casting. Min Y. and As cast 20. Min.2) Grade Tensile Strength Min. Hardness of 241 and Grade 24. and cool rapidly so as to develop acceptablecorrosionresistance.1 Castings shall be heat treated in a properly constructed furnace. MinJtold for sufficienttime to ensuretemperatureequalisationthroughoutthe casting. having adequate means of temperature control. Table 2 Heat Treatment Requirements (Clause 12.2 The test pieces shall be heat treated along with the castings they represent. air cool to below 95°C and temper between 565 to 620°C. 13. or Heat to 790°C . Min. Heat to 79O”C.5. Min. they do not necessarily represent the properties of the castings themselves.3 Hardness Test Unless otherwise Grades 10. 3 . therefore. specified in enquiry and order. which shall permit the whole of the castings to be uniformly heated to the necessary temperature. Reduction of Area Percent Min (1) 1’) 2 3 4 5 6&6A 7&7A 8 9 10&1I 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22A 23 24 (5) 7.4. MPa (2) 485 480 480 480 480 480 480 450 550 620 450 380 690 485 480 520 430 500 480 350 450 450 500 760 Yidd StRM Min.or. 18 Heat to 1 120°C Min. and furnace cool. 13. Min.7A.3. Under this heading are grouped the tests which aim at revealing defects which cannot be revealed by a simple visual examination. MM. and air cool. furnacecool and temper at 59O”C. 30 15 and 16 Heat to 1 04O”C. 269 HB Mm HB MUX when tested in accordance 12.1 Non-destructive testing shall be applied if so specified in enquiry and order. Grade 14. hold for sufftcient time to ensure temperature equalisation throughout the casting. = 450 MPa. quenchin wateror rapidcool by othermeans so as to develop acceptablecorrosionresistance. and all surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned.S. The test values so exhibited.1) Grade 1.
the permissible degree-of magnetism shall be subject of agreement at the time of enquiry and order. the following supplementary tests may be carried out: a) b) Inter-granular corrosion test. 2 In case of~austenitic grades. and Radiographic examination (see IS 2595). the following classification shall apply concerning the extent of repair: a) Weld repair involving a depth not exceeding 20 percent of the wall thickness or 25 mm. 14. c) Whether all. 14.4. the maximum permissible percentage of ferrite in the microstructure may be stipulated at the time of enquiry and order.2 Unless otherwise agreed upon. if required by the purchaser. where linkage 4 14. shall be termed as a minor repair.1 If required by the purchaser. . 16 METHOD OF SAMPLING 16.4. The purchaser shall specify in enquiry and order: 14.5.3 Unless otherwise agreed upon the following shall be the acceptance standards: a) b) c) d) IS 9565 For ultrasonic inspection. for austenitic stainless steels. of the d) The severity level defining the acceptability or non-acceptability of defect which may be revealed. All repairs by welding shall be carried out in accordance with the procedure laid down in IS 5530 to the extent relevant. IS 10724 For magnetic particle inspection.2 The methods of testing and acceptance standards shall be as agreed to between the manufacturer and the purchaser. However.1. Liquid penetrant examination (see IS 3658). l5 REPAIR OF CASTINGS BY WELDING 14.1 The method of sampling castings for the purpose of chemical analysis and mechanical tests including retest shall be in accordance with IS 6907. 14.2 To form the basis of an agreement between the purchaser and the supplier where relevant. IS 12938 For radiographic inspection. Further.1 Unless otherwise specified by the purchaser in enquiry and order. the castings shall be re-examined in the area of repair following any rectifying operation performed on the castings. when nondestructive testing is to be done the castings shall be examined as follows: a) b) c) d) Ultrasonic examination (see IS 7666). method of ultrasonic examinationshall be as agreedto between the purchaser and the manufacturer. IS 11732 For liquid penetrant inspection. If castings have been subjected to non-destructive testing or hydraulic testing by agreement between the purchaser and the manufacturer.5.5 Supplementary Tests a) The type of non-destructive testing which he intends to carry out or to have carried out. b) Any weld repair exceeding the above shall be termed as a major repair.4 Microstructure In case of austenitic steel castings. If the purchaserdesiresthis test to be carried out on an agreed portion of the casting or an extension thereof. and Surface carbon analysis.1 Each casting shall be legibly marked with the following as may be relevant. NOTES 1 In case of nickel base alloys in Table 1. However. X-radiographic or gamma-radiographic inspection. 14.IS 3444 : 1999 ultrasonic. Magnetic particle examination (see IS 3703). and e) Whether the manufacturer is or is not contractually responsible for carrying out the tests. castings may be rectified by welding. or what proportion. any single repair having an area exceeding 250 mm* for every millimetre of wall thickness shall also be deemed to be a major repair. whichever is lower. b) The area or areas of the casting to which these tests apply. the.1 If specified at the time of enquiry and order. also included under this heading are tests on the surface condition by visual or visual-tactile examination.not ordinarily be feasible. it shouldbe so stipulatedat the time of enquiry and order. regardless of the consi-derations mentioned in (a) above. and the types of discontinuity. 17 MARKING 17. NOTE -The sample for metallographic examination shall be taken from the relevant test block. 14. ultrasonic examination and magneticparticle examination may. 15. inter-granular corrosion test shall be carried out in accordance with IS 10461 (Part 1) and / IS 10461 (Part 2). castings are to be tested.1 The austenitic steel castings to Grades 1 to 9 and Grades 15 to 18 may either be fully non-magnetic or feebly magnetic depending on actual composition balance within the specified range. 15.
1 The use of the Standard Mark is governed by the provisions of the Bureau of Indian Standards Act.2 By agreement between the purchaser and the manufacturer. 1986 and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder. b) The manufacturer’s cl Other identification any agreement manu-facturer. castings complying with the require- ANNEX A (Clause 2) LIST OF REFERRED INDIAN STANDARDS IS No. 17. be legibly and indelibly marked with an acceptance mark. 17. after inspection. and The castings may also be marked with the Standard Mark. Title Methods for chemical analysis steels (in various parts) of IS No.3 BIS Certification Marking a) The number or identification mark by which it is possible to trace the melt and the heat treatment batch from which it was made. NOTE - marks in accordance with between the purchaser and the It is recommended that minimum of markings be used. 17.IS3444:1999 and traceability are required shall be indelible: the relevant marking ments of this standard shall. 7806 : 1993 Title Martensitic and austenitic high alloy steel castings for high temperature service (second revision) Recommended procedure for ultrasonic examination -of ferritic castings of carbon and low alloy steel (first revision) Technical delivery conditions for steel castings (second revision) Acceptance standards for ultrasonic inspection of steel castings _(first revision) Resistance to inter-granular corrosion of austenitic stainless steels-Method for determination : Corrosion test in nitric acid medium by measurement of loss in mass (Huey test) (first revision) Corrosion test in a sulphuric acid/ copper sulphate medium in’ the presence of copper turnings (Monypenny Strauss test) Acceptance standards for magnetic particle inspection of steel castings yirst revision) Acceptance standards penetrant inspection castings (first revision) for dye of steel 228 1500 : 1983 Method for Brine11 hardness test for metallic materials (second revision) Mechanical testing of metalsTensile testing (second revision) 7666 : I988 1608 : 1995 8800 : 1997 2595 : 1978 Code of practice for radiographic testing yirst revision) 9565 : 1995 3658 : 1981 Code of practice for liquid penetrant flaw detection yirst revision) Code of practice for magnetic ~particle flaw detection (second revision) Deviations for untoleranced dimensions and mass of steel castings (third revision) Code of procedure for repair and rectification of steel castings by metal arc welding process (first revision) ~Penr)issible deviations in chemical composition for product analysis of steel castings Steel castings-Methods sampling (second revision) of 12938 : 1990 10461 3703 : 1980 (Part 1) : 1994 4897 : 1994 (Part 2) : 1994 5530 : 1987 10724 : 1990 6601 : 1987 11732 : 1995 6907 : 1992 Acceptance standards for radiographic inspection of steel castings 5 . The details of conditions under which a licence for the use of the Standard Mark may be granted to manufacturers or producers may be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards. initial or trade-mark.3.
engine supports. mixers. sea water service. but also resistant to intergranular corrosion. process industries. Paper pulp service. nitric acid and rayon manufacture. Nitrocellulose production. sliding or wearing parts. pumps. TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE PURCHASER c) d) Tests required. valves.Useful in service similar to Grade 3 or Grade 4 where finished product requires extensive drilling or threading. impellers. abrasion and erosion resistant applications. piping and fittings. but especially useful where parts cannot be heat treated after welding. Valve trim. pump parts for power plant and oil refining equipment. valves. impellers. Condition of delivery. etc. pumps. textile. fittings. oil refineries. pumps. e) t) Any special requirements. if required.i) TYPICAL APPLICATIONS Grade 1 Applications General service. strong hypochlorite solutions ferric chloride cupric chloride. ornaments. dyeing. 12 2 3 4 5 14 15 16 17 18 6&6A 7&7A 8 9 10 . etc. but for less severe service. Similar to Grade 1. General service. Digester fittings. Similar to Grade 4. fittings. Valves and valve trim. oxidizing acids. alkaline liquors. Applications requiring resistance to hot sulphuric acid. Outstanding resistance to such highly corrosive chemicals as wet chlorine. but specially suitable where pitting corrosion is more severe. pumps. Similar to Grade 1. valves.. fuel valves. and g) Tests reports. agitators. rabble blades in ore roasting furnace. hand rail fittings. paper mill equipment. to be inspected and tested in the presence of the purehaser’s representative. Pumps. Drawing or reference number of the pattern (if supplied by the purchaser). etc. Whether the castings are. Food processing. valves. or in any of their applications or in handling of these chemicals. 6 19 13 OF VARIOUS GRADES OF CASTINGS Grade 11 Applications Seats and discs in valves in steam service and also for parts in turbines exposed to high velocity steam. Improved machinability . ~purchaser should specify the following: a) b) Material specification.IS 3444 : I999 ANNEX B (Clause 7) INFORMATION B-l BASIS FOR ORDER While placing an order for purchase of steel castings covered by this standard. valves for sulphite pulp service. architectma trim. fire wall fittings. for chemical processing. ANNEX C (Forxw0n. grills. etc. nitrogen production. food machinery. pump impellers used in naval boiler feed pump. digester fittings. Similar to Grade 4. valves. Similar to Grade 1. cold dilute sulphuric acid service. along with a copy of the drawing. fuel jets. but also resistant to intergranular corrosion. pumps for dilute sulphuric acid in mine water. in reducing acids. Sulphite liquor. pumps. strainers.
aeronautical. Grade 22A is preferred. 23 Resistance to corrosion by hot concentrated hydrochloric acid solutions and wet hydrogen chloride. Handling caustic processes. Where weldability is a requirement. where low iron and copper content in the equipment is important. petroleum and food processing industries. mainly in dairy. nuclear. 21 22 & 22A Highly resistant to salt-water corrosion. for pumping salt cooling water and in chemical-pumps. chemical. impellers. Good corrosion resistance and resistance to abrasion.IS 3444 : 1999 Grade 20 Applications Grade Applications Handling corrosive vapours above 4OO’C. erosion and abrasion and is used for 24 .
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