DUAL SEF – ROTOR DEGASSING UNIT Device for rotor degassing treatments, designed for aluminum foundries. The controlled rotation allows the distribution of a micronized nitrogen (or argon) flux. The addition of deoxidizing action of salt is more effective than the one obtainable with a manual mixing. Porosity, impurities and oxides are removed from the bath. … Continued

Aluxal 267 – Flux for Sodium Addition

Aluxal 267 is a high quality flux, in powder form, for sodium addition into Al-Si alloys with silicon content ranging between 7-13%. Modification treatment alters the silicon structure of the alloy and improves castings mechanical properties. The silicon structure changes from coarse, angular, acicular crystals into fine, rounded, interconnected fibrous particles, perfectly distributed in the … Continued

Flotab 5 – Sodium Modifier

In gravity and sand foundries, eutectic aluminium silicon alloys (Silicon 7-13%) should normally be treated with sodium fluxes to modify the silicon structure and improve mechanical characteristics. After treating the alloys with products such as Crystal 2007/M, Napal 700 or Nabox: it is important to use Flotab 5 to keep the desired amount of sodium … Continued

AlTiB – Alloy Degassing

AlTiB – Alloy Degassing Aluminium Titanium 5% Boron 1% is a solid metal rod, available in cutted rod or coils, used in aluminium cast-houses foundries or billets casting plants to aid nucleation and grain refining of aluminium alloys. AlTiB must be added in the liquid aluminium alloys at temperatures ranging from 680 up to 780°C. … Continued

Germinal 1604 – Grain Refining Flux

Germinal 1604 is a high yield grain refining flux in tablet form. It is sodium free and contains high quantity of Titanium and Boron to allow a fine grain formation in the structure of Aluminium-Magnesium alloys. The product doesn’t have degassing action, therefore it is advisable to use degassing flux after the treatment with Germinal … Continued

Aluxal 203 SS FPS – Flux for Aluminium Alloys

ALUXAL 203 SS F.P.S. is flux studied for covering and drossing-off treatments of aluminium alloys. The flux creates a physical barrier between molten aluminium and furnace atmosphere during the melting. The product reduces oxides inclusion and allows the production of high quality casting. The dross produced during the exothermic reaction is dry and very low … Continued