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Aluminum Alloy Casting Filters

Aluminum Alloy Casting Filters

Aluminum alloy casting filters are mainly used to filter aluminum and aluminum alloys in foundries. Because of their excellent resistance to molten aluminum corrosion, they can effectively remove inclusions, reduce trapped gas and provide laminar flow, and then the filtered metal is significantly cleaner.

Clean metal can produce higher-quality castings, fewer waste products and fewer inclusions, all of which help increase profits.

These inclusions are the main source of quality problems in castings. And to help you meet the increasing demand for quality.

When casting products, aluminum alloy casting filter can remove molten metal inclusion, refractory waste, solid refractory alloys, impurities in sintered ore, eliminate turbulence, reduce casting porosity, and improve casting quality.

The aluminum alloy casting filters eliminate the turbulence of the metal flow, make the metal flow stable, and avoids spraying, splashing, and collapse. Improve fluidity, castability, workability, output and cost-effectiveness.
Remove a larger proportion of fine particles, reduce waste and rework
Low pressure loss.
Provide consistent flow rate and capacity.
Provide various sizes, shapes and holes.

Increase in working capital
Removal of inclusions makes the metal more fluid, makes the mold filling easier, the casting structure is better, and the thin section castability is better.

Aluminum Alloy Casting Filters

Reduce mold wear
Removal of inclusions and other non-metallic debris from the melt will reduce mold welding and mold-metal interaction, thereby shortening mold surface and service life.

Longer tool life
Oxides and intermetallic inclusions can form “hard spots” that can damage the tool during machining and finishing. Filtration reduces tool wear and improves productivity.

Less rejection
Inclusions can form holes and cause hot tearing during the curing process, leading to surface defects, impairing appearance and often reducing mechanical properties. In many cases, filtering reduces waste for these reasons to almost zero.

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