18 6月 Tajikistan China Foundry Filter
Tajikistan China Foundry Filter is produced based on a solid network structure carrier and a combination of organic foam pores. It is used for the filtration of molten aluminum in the production process of aluminum rod factory.
The production process is as follows. The alumina carrier is put into the thixotropic slurry, and the automatic extrusion process is corrected by the square center, so the foamed slurry is evenly deposited on the bone carrier. After drying and solidification, the carrier will be converted into the final product baked at a high temperature of 1180°C Formed under.
The filter device is installed in the filter cartridge to filter the impurities in the molten aluminum alloy to meet the needs of the production of aluminum alloy precision castings with high added value and high technical performance, such as computer hard disks, PS substrates for printing, canned materials, and turbojet engines Fan blades, etc.
Ceramic foam filter gasket
The ceramic foam filter is surrounded by a sealing gasket, which is placed between Ceramic Foam Filtering System and the filter bowl to prevent the molten aluminum from leaking from the interface.
AdTech foam ceramic filter uses three different types of sealing gaskets: fiber paper material, fiber cotton material, and expanded cotton material.
Alumina Tajikistan China Foundry Filter is mainly used in aluminum rod, aluminum ingot, aluminum plate foundry workshop. Due to its excellent resistance to corrosion and corrosion of molten aluminum, it can effectively remove inclusions, reduce trapped gas, provide laminar flow, and significantly clean the filtered metal.
Cleaner metals can lead to higher-quality castings, less scrap, and fewer inclusions, all of which contribute to profits.
High-quality castings often limit the acceptance of surface defects found in dye penetrant inspection.
Studies have shown that when it comes to ceramic foam filtration, the level of such defects is reduced.
Significant reduction or complete elimination has been noted.
The existence of non-metallic inclusions is not conducive to the production of high-quality castings.
Highly obtainable mechanical properties are a key aspect, and it is easy to lose the presence of inclusions and oxide scale.
The mechanical properties of high-strength aluminum alloys are very sensitive to nicks or defects in the casting.
Filtration effectively reduces the level of inclusions and the subsequent notch effect caused by inclusions.
Traditional techniques for removing inclusions are ineffective, and the use of metal or fiber screens is not enough to keep metals away from harmful non-metals.
Tajikistan is dominated by non-ferrous metals (lead, zinc, tungsten, antimony, mercury, etc.), rare metals, coal, rock salt, in addition to oil, natural gas, abundant uranium ore and a variety of building materials.
Uranium reserves rank first in the Commonwealth of Independent States, and lead and zinc mines rank first in Central Asia; followed by lead, zinc, molybdenum, tungsten, antimony, strontium, gold mines, oil, natural gas, coal, rock salt, fluorite, etc.
There are also a variety of building materials in the territory.
It is rich in hydropower resources, ranking eighth in the world as of 2014, and the per capita ownership ranks first in the world, accounting for about half of the entire Central Asia, but the development volume is less than 10%.
The value of industrial output usually accounts for more than half of the total social product. The main sectors are mining, light industry, food, non-ferrous metallurgy, chemical industry, machine manufacturing and electronics industry.