AdTech fluxes for aluminum melting have two kinds of granule and powder agent, its main component is chloride salt and other compounds. Compared with powder flux, granular products are dust-free and more efficient, with a small amount of addition. After proper heating and sieving, the particle size is uniform, which is conducive to uniformly entering the lower layer of the aluminum liquid under the action of the carrier gas in the refining tank. Physical and chemical changes form numerous small bubbles in the molten aluminum and fully contact the molten aluminum to separate H and other harmful gases. And it has good fluidity, and dross and degass molten aluminum.
AdTech flux refining process is cost-effective. It is a good performance for separating slag from molten aluminum, and only a small amount of addition is almost no pollution. When it undergoes physical and chemical reactions, it has obvious heat dissipation. This is why the cost is so low.
The AdTech fluxes for aluminum melting are suitable for covering, slag removal and slag removal in cast aluminum applications. They reduce oxide formation and furnace wall slag, help remove non-metallic inclusions in molten aluminum, reduce the aluminum content in scum, and assist in removing scum.
The slag cleaning flux is designed to remove non-metallic inclusions in the molten metal by trapping floating oxide particles.
The covering flux and the drossing flux can generate a molten layer to protect the metal from oxidation and hydrogen absorption. They gather oxides and non-metallic materials in the molten metal, clean the metal and form a good metal-free dross, which can be easily removed.
The presence of impurities and other unwanted products in the metal decreases the quality of the metal thereby decreasing the quality of the materials casted from the metal. The ultimate aim of the foundry is to make profit and good quality of the casted material can help in achieving it.
Ceramic foam filters offer a simple, reliable and costeffective method to remove inclusions. Filtering with ceramic foam filter (CFF) is a supplement to metal treatment within the furnace, such as fluxing and degassing or inline filtration.