Bhutan China Foundry Filter is made of alumina and used in the purification process for the production of non-ferrous metals such as aluminum and aluminum alloys. It can also be used for various sewage treatment, separation media, catalyst carrier, sound absorption and environmental protection.
The alumina foam ceramic filter adopts a three-dimensional network structure, and uses organic foam and pores as the carrier, and invades the thixotropic mud alumina material, and uses the square-corrected center distance automatic extrusion process to unify the mud on the foam skeleton. It is baked and cured at a high temperature of 1180°C. It is installed in the filter box to filter the impurities in the aluminum alloy liquid to meet the high value-added and high-tech performance aluminum alloy precision casting of the aviation industry.
Bhutan China Foundry Filter is made by high temperature sintering of high-adsorption molten aluminum foam ceramic filter (CFF). Installed in the filter box to filter impurities in the aluminum alloy liquid to meet the needs of high-tech aluminum alloy precision castings such as high value-added, aviation, and transportation. For example, computer hard drives, semi-finished micron aluminum foils, PS printing plates, canned materials, jet turbine engine fan blades, and other products.
Product features of cast aluminum foam ceramic filter
High dimensional accuracy
High mechanical strength
Stable chemical composition, resistant to corrosion of liquid aluminum and its alloys
Purify molten aluminum and improve the quality of aluminum
Reduce defects and reduce defective rate
Reduce costs and improve production efficiency
Simple and flexible to use
The size is from 20mm to 600mm to meet the needs of different customers
Bhutan is located in southern Asia and is a landlocked country on the southern slope of the eastern section of the Himalayas. It borders China’s Tibet in the northwest and north, and borders India’s Sikkim, West Bengal, and Shannan in the west, south and east, with a total area of 38,394 square thousand. Meter.
Bhutan’s mineral resources mainly include dolomite, limestone, marble, graphite, gypsum, coal, lead, copper, zinc and other minerals.