DuraBar Welding (Metals Joining)

March 11th, 2011

   Welding Dura-Bar

Tax Forms – Form ST-12, Exempt Use Cert.

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   taxform_ST12

Tax Forms – Form ST-5C, Contractor’s Sales Tax Exempt Purchase Cert.

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   taxform_ST5C

Tax Forms – Form ST-5 Sales Tax Exempt

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   taxform_ST5

Tax Forms – Form ST-4 Sales Tax ReSale Cert.

March 11th, 2011

   taxform_ST4

Updated Speeds and Feeds for Dura-Bar Materials

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   speeds and feeds

Cast Iron – Reducing Gear Noise

March 11th, 2011

   Reducing-Gear-Noise

Peterson Steel Product Catalog

March 11th, 2011

   PetersonSteel2009

MSDS Stainless Steel

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   MSDS STAINLESS

MSDS Cast Iron

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   MSDS CAST IRON

MSDS Carbon Steel

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   MSDS CARBON STEEL

MSDS Brass and Bronze

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  MSDS BRASS BRONZE

Materials Testing Methods

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   Material Testing Methods

Dura-Bar Resource Guide – Part 6

March 11th, 2011

   Appendices section 6

Dura-Bar Resource Guide – Part 5

March 11th, 2011

   heat-treating section 5

Dura-Bar Resource Guide – Part 4

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   niresist-iron section 4

Dura Bar Resource Guide – Part 3

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   ductile-iron section 3

Dura-Bar Resource Guide – Part 2

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   gray-iron section 2

Dura-Bar Resource Guide – Part 1

March 11th, 2011

   Resource_Guide

Effects of Alloying Elements in Metal

March 11th, 2011

    Elements

Robert O’Rourke Density Document

March 11th, 2011

    Density

Dura-Bar is lighter than steel. It is approximately 10% lighter because of the graphite.
Ductile iron has higher carbon additions than gray iron and has a lower density. Steel
does not have any graphite causing it to be more dense than either gray or ductile iron.
Density is expressed in weight per unit of volume and in the US system of measurement,
the most common units are pounds per cubic inch, or C. The density in metric units is
expressed as grams per cubic centimeter. To convert to gms/cc, multiply lbs/in3 by
27.68. To convert to lbs/in3, multiply gms/cc by .0361.

Dura-Bar Machining Guide

March 11th, 2011

    Dura-Bar Machining Guide 2009

Dura-Bar is an engineered iron that offers machining advantages over carbon and alloy steel as well as other continuous cast iron bars. By using Dura-Bar you will be able to reduce overall costs by decreasing your cycle time, thereby increasing your parts per hour.
You will see significant improvement over steel in:
• Machinability
• Tool Wear
• Chip Control
• Surface Finish
• Minimal Deburring

Peterson Steel Credit Application

March 7th, 2011

    CREDIT APPICATION

This is another link to another test document –

Dura-Bar ASTM A48 Policy

February 28th, 2011

     ASTM-A48