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Top Out The Cone can fall freely with the condensation of aluminum ingots, so that the aluminum ingot does not cause transverse cracks due to suspension.
Because of its small heat capacity and extremely low thermal conductivity, the ratio of the volume of the cap to the total volume of the aluminum ingot (ie, the cap ratio) can be reduced from about 16% to 20% of the conventional clay brick insulation cap to about 10% to 14%.
When Top Out The Cone casts a calm aluminum with a small open aluminum ingot mold, the insulation board is nailed or inlaid on the inner wall of a certain height of the aluminum ingot mold.
When casting a calm aluminum with a conventional upper and lower small aluminum ingot mold, the heat insulating plate is directly embedded in the iron shell of the heat insulating cap, and some are directly embedded in the inner wall of the aluminum ingot mold.
At this time, because the height of the cap is significantly reduced, it is necessary to design an aluminum ingot mold with a gap to ensure that the clamp of the demoulding crane can clamp the head of the aluminum ingot and smoothly demould.