The Ceramic Foam Filter Bratsk Aluminum is a new type of molten metal filter developed in recent years. It is used to reduce casting defects and plays a vital role in the metal casting and foundry industries. It is used to filter impurities in the molten metal to improve the quality and performance of the final product.
Even the slightest non-metallic impurities in molten metal can have a destructive effect on the performance and strength of finished metal products. This may cause the final product to fail to meet the necessary quality standards; ceramic filters play an important role in removing these impurities and ensuring high-quality castings.
Ceramic foam filter Bratsk aluminum is mainly used to filter aluminum and alloys in foundries. The molten metal filter has excellent resistance to molten aluminum erosion and corrosion, can effectively remove inclusions, reduce trapped gas and provide laminar flow, and then filter the metal significantly clean. Cleaner metals can produce higher quality castings, less scrap, and fewer inclusion defects, all of which help increase profits.
Bratsk aluminum smelter RUSAL is the largest aluminum smelter in Russia and in the world, accounting for 30% of all aluminum produced in Russia and 4% of the world’s aluminum.
The Bratsk Aluminum Smelter produces more than 1 million tons of primary aluminum each year. Bratsk metallurgists are making systematic efforts to reduce costs, save energy and reduce production costs.
As part of the implementation of the environmental plan, Braz is installing modern high-efficiency gas purification devices. In addition, metallurgists are introducing ecological Soderbergh technology and are rebuilding the sludge field. Industrial waste treatment and disposal, environmental monitoring, and enterprise sanitation protection zone layout are being carried out. In 2019, Rusal’s investment in BraZ’s environmental protection projects exceeded 2 billion rubles. Bratsk metallurgists are making systematic efforts to reduce costs, save energy and reduce production costs.