Croatia China Foundry Filter can not only effectively remove large heterogeneous impurities in molten aluminum, but also filter out fine inclusions of a few microns that cannot be removed by traditional processes. Since the hydrogen atoms and other harmful ions in the aluminum liquid are often adsorbed on the inclusions, and the inclusions can become the core of bubble formation, therefore, while filtering the inclusions, it can also reduce the harmful gases in the aluminum liquid.

Croatia China Foundry Filter

The slag inclusion defects of aluminum ingots and aluminum rods during the casting process greatly affect the production efficiency and economic benefits of aluminum ingot factories and aluminum rod factories.
Coarse inclusions on the surface reduce the surface finish of the casting, and cause the casting to be directly scrapped in severe cases.
Inclusion defects under the skin are usually found only in the processing stage, assembly stage or actual use stage.
For example, in the processing workshop, the existence of macroscopic or microscopic inclusions will reduce the machinability of castings and the life of machining tools.
The inclusions that exist during assembly or during service will reduce the mechanical properties or service performance of the casting, such as causing leakage under pressure.
Castings scrapped during processing, assembly or use usually cause higher losses because E has performed multiple operations before.

Selection of pore size of Croatia China Foundry Filter for aluminum casting
The common way to express the pore size of the Ceramic Filter Foundry is ppi
Different ppi and different thickness of filter plates have different filtering effects on particles.
The larger the ppi and the thicker the thickness, the better the filtering effect.
The thickness of the general standard filter plate is 50mm. If it is too thick, the speed of the melt will slow down, and the size of the filter plate has to be increased to achieve a certain flow rate.
When the thickness is constant, the ppi is different, and the trapping ability for particles, especially small particles below 20m, is also different.
The larger the ppi, the different ability to capture small particles.

Croatia is located on the southeastern edge of Central Europe, northwest of the Balkan Peninsula, and on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea.
Facing Italy across the Adriatic Sea, the neighboring countries to the north are Slovenia and Hungary, and to the east and south are Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The total area is 56,594 square kilometers. The coastline is 1,778 kilometers long.

Forests and water resources are abundant. The forest area of ​​the country is 2.689 million hectares, and the forest coverage rate is 47%. In addition, there are resources such as oil, natural gas, and aluminum.

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