cast iron

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an alloy of iron containing so much carbon that it is brittle and so cannot be wrought but must be shaped by casting

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10 Cast Iron Skillet is a great choice for lighter meals, large side dishes and big breakfasts.
Though cast iron pans are still manufactured, the older ones from companies such as Griswold and Wagner are considered the best and make valuable collectibles as well as useful cookware.
Kim Skarvelis, Beth Chase and David Barreto of Cast Iron Real Estate represented the seller.
WKKIOS is the harder of the two, primarily for use on grey cast iron and suitable for continuous cuts through to light interrupted cuts.
The second floor has a landing and a fourth bedroom with Velux windows and an original cast iron fireplace.
Always good to see articles supporting the benefits of older and new American made cast iron hollow ware.
We do sell a reasonable amount of cast iron Dutch ovens, as well as other cast-iron cooking utensils and accessories," said Virginia Solgot, marketing director of Wulf Outdoor Sports.
Science and processing of cast iron IX; proceedings.
The brake drum also has the potential to last longer than traditional drums because the aluminum alloy dissipates heat at a greater rate than cast iron, says McManus.
Tenbusch B-500 9 x 9 AC,VCP, Cast Iron, DI, RCP,PVC,
8%Sr), by adding modifying substances on the "stream" of liquid cast iron, at the discharge in a casting pot.
Two PVD grades for a variety of milling products are available: MK2000 for cast iron and MH1000 for hardened steel.
NEW YORK -- Cast iron has found a place in the modern home, and, with new features and conveniences, it's not your grandma's cookware.
IT'S a sign of the times but hopefully it's one way of beating thieves who have been targeting the city's valuable Victorian cast iron street signs.