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Wrought Iron

What’s The Difference Between Wrought Iron & Cast Iron? The word “wrought” comes from the verb “work”, wrought iron means “worked iron” or “forged iron”. Historically wrought iron has been worked by blacksmiths, using traditional techniques like hammers and anvils to make high end ‘Decorative Wrought Ironwork’.
Cast iron usually refers to grey cast iron. It tends to be brittle and hard on surface because of high carbon content (about 3% whereas 0.15% in wrought iron). Cast iron is made by remelting pig iron, often along with substantial quantities of scrap iron and scrap steel.

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