Cast Iron Casting is created by combining iron and carbon, which is a hard material. This has a larger concentration of carbon than steel and can be easily cast in a mould. Typically, the percentage lies between 2 and 4.3 percent. One of the uses is for small-coverage ornamental castings, such as gates, lampposts, and iron columns. Cast Iron Casting is very effective and safe to use. Many industries can utilize the many components that can be produced via iron casting.