Converting alloys or scrap into molten material to fill a mold — in high-volume or batch processing, fuel-fired or electrically powered — these are the processes at the heart of metalcasting operations.
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Zinc is commonly included in ferrous scrap used to charge induction-melting furnaces for foundries, but zinc also affects the refractory lining material, requiring some changes to the sintering procedure — in order to maintain the lining...
A new, 4,500-ton HPDC machine positions Mercury Castings to make larger, lightweight engine and automotive structural parts
Largest HPDC in North America
Riding automotive trends
Automated and integrated
Galvanized steel scrap may be a source of iron units for foundries, and a source of contamination to refractory linings
Diminishing electrical impedance
Counteracting lining deformation
Compensating in four steps