core sand

core sand

[′kȯr ‚sand]
(materials)
Sand used in a core for molding, made from standard molding-sand mixtures or from silica sand, usually with a binder. Also known as foundry core sand.
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Utilising biofuel to power the factory's steam boiler: Biofuel is obtained by processing oil from discarded waste water drained from households in Singapore, Recycling of approximately 3,000 tonnes of machining chips each year through a compacting process and reusing as raw material in the iron casting process, Recycling of waste core sand from casting process which is then re-processed to be used as a raw material in the construction industry, Implementation of energy efficient LED lighting in factory premises
Green sand shakeout systems require separation of sand and cores from the castings and the elimination of core sand from the return sand.
Using advanced polyurethane technologies, DTR will be able to use their core sand tire design technology to bring the most advanced tire designs to this market.
Comparisons of core tensile strengths, scratch hardness determinations, core permeability, core density and many more core sand analyses were performed.
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The dilution of core sand and other additives into green sand is a popular topic of discussion in the metalcasting industry.
Among its benefits, GMBOND(TM) shakes out easily from aluminum and magnesium castings without bakeout or mechanical hammering, allows flawed cores and used core sand to be easily recycled, and permits a totally water-based process to simplify cleanup.
Two Lafarge cement plants in Woodstock, Ontario, and Paulding, Ohio will use the core sand as a raw material substitute in cement production.
A Comparison of Sand Properties of Silica, Biasill and Green Diamond Aggregates Affecting Metalcasting Operations Silica Sand Biasill Green Diamond Casting Duality * Good Good Good Bulk Characteristics * Slight increase Slight decrease Similar (decrease is preferred) Intersection point 25% 50% 35% where alternative sand becomes dominant over olivine Moisture requirement * Decrease Decrease Similar (decrease is preferred) Decrease Decrease Similar Aggregate for Preferred Unknown Unknown core sand production * Compared to olivine sand Table 2.