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Ceramic Foam Filter CBA Aluminum

Ceramic Foam Filter CBA Aluminum

The Ceramic Foam Filter CBA Aluminum has excellent corrosion resistance and corrosion ability of molten aluminum. The filter can effectively remove inclusions and produce higher quality castings with less waste and fewer inclusion defects.

Ceramic Foam Filter CBA Aluminumcan effectively remove various impurities in molten aluminum. A sealing ceramic fiber gasket is attached around the filter plate to help seal the filter plate in the CFF filter box and ensure that there is no molten aluminum on the side.

Ceramic foam filter has a gasket on the edges to help seat the filter in the filter box and ensure no metal bypasses the filter. There are different types of gasket available, fiber gasket, expandable gasket. Also, you can choose Foundry Ceramic Foam Filters without the gasket.

Alumina ceramic foam filters have excellent resistance to molten aluminum erosion and corrosion. They can effectively remove inclusions, reduce trapped gas and provide laminar flow, so that the filtered metal is cleaner. Cleaner metals will produce higher-quality castings, less scrap, and fewer inclusion defects, all of which help increase profits for CBA Aluminum Smelter.

Companhia Brasileira de Alumínio (CBA) was established in 1941 and is Brazil’s most traditional and first national aluminum manufacturing industry.

The company is part of Votorantim SA’s business portfolio and is also the only company in Latin America that has fully integrated operations from bauxite processing to the production and processing (plates) of primary aluminum (ingots, billets, rebars and plates). , Coils, plates and profiles).

CBA is headquartered in the city of Alumínio (SP), with a construction area of 700,000 square meters. In addition, CBA also owns three bauxite mining plants, located in Miraj and Itamara Tidemi, Minas Gerais. Nas and Pozos de Caldas, and as an aluminum recycling company in Guama, Alaska (SP).

Principle Of Using Ceramic Foam Filter CBA Aluminum

• Set the filters as close as possible to the casting.
• The working area of the filter should be 4–6 times the section of choked flow in the gating system to make sure that the pouring speed is not affected.
• Select the proper filters according to types of metal and pouring temperature.
• The higher porosity, the better filtration.

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