① General industrial forgings
refer to civilian industries such as machine tool manufacturing, agricultural machinery, farm tool manufacturing, and bearing industry.
②Forgings for hydraulic generators, such as main shaft and intermediate shaft.
③Forgings used in thermal power stations, such as rotors, impellers, retaining ring spindles, etc.
④Metallurgical machinery, such as cold rolls, hot rolls and herringbone gear shafts.
⑤Forgings for pressure vessels, such as cylinders, kettle ring flanges and heads, etc.
⑥ Marine forgings, such as crankshafts, tail shafts, rudder stocks, thrust shafts and intermediate shafts.
⑦Forging machinery and equipment, such as hammer heads, hammer rods, hydraulic press columns, cylinder blocks, pillars and cylinder blocks of wheel and axle presses, etc.
⑧Modular forgings are mainly forging dies for hot die forging hammers.
⑨Forgings used in the automobile industry, such as left and right steering knuckles, front beams, couplers, etc. According to statistics, in automobiles, forgings account for 80% of their mass.
⑩ Forgings for locomotives, such as axles, wheels, leaf springs, crankshafts of locomotives, etc. According to statistics, forgings in locomotives account for 60% of their mass.
⑪Forgings for military use, such as gun barrels, door bodies, breech brackets and towing rings, etc. According to statistics, in tanks, forgings account for 65% of its mass.