Gray Iron is one of the most widely used ferrous materials since it is an excellent material to make resistant and easily moldable pieces. This ferrous alloy generally contains more than 2% carbon and more than 1% silicon, in addition to manganese, phosphorus and sulfur.
A distinctive feature of Gray Iron casting is that carbon is generally found as graphite, adopting irregular shapes described as "flakes". This graphite is what gives the gray coloring to the rupture surfaces of the pieces made with this material.
We cast and machine pieces in gray iron in all its classes from 3.30 lb to 374 lb reaching an installed production capacity of 300 tons per year in three shifts.