Compacted graphite iron is gaining importance for ferrous foundries, and requiring its own core and mold coating solutions to ensure the finished parts solidify according to the processing requirements.
50,000-sq.ft., automated operation in Wisconsin for gray iron castings up to 80 lb.
What shapes the future for foundries and diecasters? Follow these five areas of development to know what’s important to the technologies and the businesses.
Series production for licensees reached a rate of 150,000 mt/year during February
For foundries that prepare chemically bonded sand for molds and cores, optimizing the process means understanding and evaluating the primary features and options for water-based and electric-resistance systems
$474-million plan would produce 425,000 tons/year of high-purity NPI for foundries
Aluminum and titanium casting and forging will be a core element of new standalone business
Redesigned series offered as more reliable and productive
Biodegradable, water-based, non-glycol formulas suppress fire ignition with no flash or fire point