Aluminum refining flux – impurity removal effect of refining agent
In aluminum melts, refining flux can remove impurities such as metals and their oxides from the melt through physical and chemical interactions. The impurity removal ability of the refining agent is mainly determined by the ability of the refining fluid to adsorb and dissolve oxides in the melt and the chemical interaction between the refining agent and impurities. The smaller the interfacial tension between the refining agent and impurities, the better the adsorption. Some impurities in the melt, such as ferrosilicon, are difficult to remove, which have adverse effects on the properties of aluminum alloys.
AdTech (Evans) company focuses on R&D, production, and sales of aluminum refining flux, which is used as a refining agent for degassing and slag removal of molten metal during aluminum alloy casting. The effect of traditional degassing(degassing unit) and slag removal is applied in the casting and rolling process of many series of aluminum alloy products: micron-sized aluminum foil wool, PS board base for printing, can-making materials, elastic packaging materials, rail transit, aerospace products, cables Purification of degassing and slag removal of molten metal in the process of casting aluminum alloy raw materials such as wires