07 6月 Melting Aluminum Cans Into Ingots Ceramic Filter
Melting Aluminum Cans Into Ingots Ceramic Filter can remove a large number of such inclusions from molten aluminum. Foam ceramic filtration technology has become the main filtration method for commercial aluminum alloys all over the world. Due to its low installation and operating costs and ease of use, the technology has rapidly expanded to aluminum foundries of various types and levels of complexity.
Molten aluminum must usually be filtered before casting. The filtration process removes particles that may cause substandard final products. Traditionally, a ceramic disc type aluminum melting Foundry Filter is used.
Ceramic foam filters play a vital role in metal casting and foundry industries. They are used to filter impurities in molten metal to improve the quality and performance of the final product.
Molten aluminum often contains solid matter, which will affect the quality of the casting. After the molten metal is solidified. This solid matter appears as an impurity in the casting, resulting in decreased ductility, unsatisfactory surface gloss and poor anodization Processing characteristics: There are various sources of impurities, for example, from the surface layer of oxidized materials.
3104 aluminum alloy as a can body material has high requirements for the quality of the casting key. In the casting process, the inclusions in the melt enter the ingot, which will greatly affect the quality of the final product.
Aiming at an aluminum processing plant production line using a slag detector to take samples at the exit of the casterhouse, the main types of inclusions in 3104 aluminum alloy were quantitatively studied through metallographic observation and scanning electron microscopy analysis.
Count the changes in the number of inclusions after filtering.
The main inclusions in 3104 aluminum alloy melt are oxides and a small amount of TiB2.
Melting Aluminum Cans Into Ingots Ceramic Filter can remove all kinds of inclusions. In the initial stage of use, the removal effect of inclusions is poor. As the tonnage of the filtered melt increases, the removal effect of inclusions becomes better and tends to be stable.