23 6月 Luxembourg China Foundry Filter
Luxembourg China Foundry Filter reduces unnecessary gases and solids in the aluminum melt to the allowable range to ensure that the performance of the material meets the standard or some special requirements.
Luxembourg China Foundry Filter is a commonly used filter tool in the aluminum and non-ferrous alloy smelting industry. The ceramic filter for casting is white and made of high-purity alumina (Al2O3). The filter provides deep filtration to remove a large amount of impurities in the aluminum melt and works at dumping temperatures up to 2000°F, while the filter screen provides thorough and deep filtration to remove molten aluminum. Aluminum or non-impurity. aluminum. The black alloy flows. It has excellent thermal shock resistance while maintaining effective impurity removal through continuous and thorough filtration.
The main benefit of using ceramic foam filters is that rework can be greatly reduced.
If these defects do not occur in critical areas, eliminating surface or subsurface performance defects will increase the cost of castings.
In addition, if mixing or other polishing techniques result in a loss of dimensional integrity, casting losses may occur.
Maintenance is not an effective means of producing high-quality castings.
Another major advantage of ceramic foam filters
Non-metals will affect the finishing characteristics of processed castings. In the presence of non-metallic inclusions, the characteristic luster and luster of aluminum will disappear.
Aluminium 7075 Molten Metal Filtration is a very effective tool for Aluminium 7075 purification to obtain the purity of molten metal in the casting process. It is characterized by good thermal conductivity, good stability, and resistance to sudden changes in temperature.
The foam aluminum ceramic filter adopts the adsorption principle, which can effectively remove large and small impurity particles without falling debris, and effectively reduce the pollution of molten aluminum.
Excellent thermal shock resistance, improve the corrosion resistance of molten metal, can stabilize the flow of aluminum, facilitate the filling of castings, reduce slag and pinhole defects, and improve the quality and productivity of aluminum alloys.
Luxembourg is located in northwestern Europe, bordered by Germany to the east, France to the south, and Belgium to the west and north.
Luxembourg’s natural resources are relatively poor. The forest area is nearly 90,000 hectares, accounting for about 1/3 of the country’s land area. Luxemburg is rich in iron ore resources, mainly distributed in the “red soil area” of the Gutland Plain in the south. The soil has high iron content and brownish red soil, so it is called the “red soil country”. In 2010, the proved iron ore reserves of 270 million tons are the most important mineral resource in Luxembourg.