25 6月 Ceramic Foam Filter Montenegro Aluminium
Ceramic Foam Filter Montenegro Aluminium is committed to removing the inclusions in the aluminum melt. These inclusions have a significant impact on the strength, fatigue resistance, corrosion resistance and stress corrosion cracking performance of the aluminum melt.
The inclusions in the aluminum melt can be divided into two types according to their size
1. Large inclusions are unevenly distributed in the macrostructure, which makes the alloy structure discontinuous, reduces the compactness of the casting, and becomes a source of corrosion and cracks, thereby greatly reducing the strength and plasticity of the alloy.
2. The small and scattered inclusions cannot be completely removed after refining. They increase the viscosity of molten metal and reduce the feeding capacity of molten aluminum during solidification.
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Ceramic Foam Filter Montenegro Aluminium has a mesh structure, has a certain strength, can withstand the pressure difference of metal liquid level and the impact of metal flow, but it is brittle and fragile. Because this material has a precise structure and uniform quality, it has a large surface area, so the filtering effect is very good.
Ceramic Foam Filter can reduce defects
The company suffered losses due to the high scrap rate. The obvious reason is that defects in the liquid metal can damage the final product. On the contrary, the original intention of ceramic filtration technology is to eliminate even the gas inclusions in the metal, so that it can be used in the filtration process with very low defects.
Ceramic Foam Filter can improve product quality
The solid output brought by ceramic filtration technology has made the industry a success. For example, when a ceramic filter is filtered, the gloss and uniformity of the final product are improved.
The Republic of Montenegro is located in the north-central part of the Balkan Peninsula in southern Europe, a mountainous country on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. The area is 13,800 square kilometers. The total length of the coastline: 293 kilometers (73 kilometers of beach length).
Montenegro is rich in forest and water resources, covering an area of 540,000 hectares, accounting for 39.43% of the total area of Montenegro. Resources such as aluminum and coal are abundant, with approximately 36 million tons of bauxite ore and 350 million tons of lignite.