Last updated: November 26, 2018

What Does Ferritic Mean?

Ferritic is typically metallic materials, that contain some portion of iron in its chemical composition. Ferritic can refer to substances in a solution, in a solid or liquid state. Ferritic may also refer to a type of steel called ferritic steel.


Corrosionpedia Explains Ferritic

Ferritic substances often possess crystalline structures such as those exhibited in steel and cast iron. This property gives ferritic substances the traits of durability, hardness and magnetism.


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