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How can a cast iron radiator be shortened?

  • Buy a shorter one. Welding Cast Iron is a pain and to do what you want would require cutting out a section and re-welding the whole thing. Baseboard hydraunic heaters can be shortened but cast is a no go.

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  • Answer: Buy a shorter one. Welding Cast Iron is a pain and to do what you want would require cutting out a section and re-welding the whole thing. Baseboard hydraunic heaters can be shortened but cast is a no go.
  • Answer: Yes, food cooked in iron pots takes iron from the cookware, and people eating the good absorb some of it.
  • Answer: the most common day to day use of cast iron in the household is with cookware. Cast iron skillets are very useful for cooking meals that require high heat and they are often deep to allow for deep frying.
  • Answer: poo and a car tyer
  • Answer: As for the most of rough surfaces of cast iron, the color is grey. Such as normal grey cast iron and ductile iron.

    The ductile iron will be more white than grey cast iron.

    There are few types of vermicular cast iron, which are black.

    The white cast iron will show white color.

    So, cast iron has different color, such as grey, black, white according to different types.

    However, most of cast iron castings need surface coating, such as painting or electroplate, so they will show different colors than their own.
  • Answer: Yes it does rust.

    Ductile iron has better corrosion resistance than gray cast iron. Some alloy cast iron has better corrosion reisistance. However, any cast iron will rust without any surface treatment.

    There are many types of surface treatments that can pretect iron castings from rust, such as primer painting, surface painting, electophoretic coating and zink galvanizing etc. As for the detailed information about surface coatings of metal castings, please refer to the links below "Surface Coating of Iron Castings ".
  • Answer: I just bought one for $1,290
  • Answer: Just tested it to be sure....they sure do.
  • Answer: Without seeing the issue and where its originating its difficult todiagnose however, it may be buckling as it is getting too hot, soeither the product is not up to the job or the heat is not beingtransferred adequately across all the panels. One thought was,would it be possible to use clay panel or fire bricks? Difficult toadvise properly without seeing diagram of flue and appliancelayout.
    Also look at the fuel you are actually burning. If its purchasedbrickets these could be burning at to high a temperature which doescause this issue frequently. Check with your (1) fire supplier incase there is a predetermined fuels type - and (b) check with yourfuel supplier in case they have used a high burn product.
  • Answer: well...... I got mine for 99.99 but it maybe cheaper and you would put it in your kitchen
  • Answer: Almost all car manufacturers have used cast iron radiators at one time or another, however most are now made of an aluminum alloy that can cool the water intake quickly.
  • Answer: Soft scrub and other non scratching cleaning soap products
  • Answer: I would not recommend it, however, if you know a welder or mechanic you have the cast iron cleaned in their vat that they use to clean their parts in.. go figure but it woks, I used to have my done by a friend in his shop.
  • Answer: It depends on the Iron, and the conditions in which it is placed.
  • Answer: The first cast iron bridge is located, fittingly, at Ironbridge in England. It spans the river Severn, and was built in 1779. It is still standing.