pouring


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pouring

[′pȯr·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Transferring molten metal to a mold or ladle.
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Impact series low-pressure foam pouring systems with PLC controls, recycling mixheads, rotary mechanical mixers.
NOTE: Angling and turning the glass while pouring keeps the trio of mixtures from blending together.
The injection staging area allowed each shipment of concrete "to be individually checked to assure that the concrete was delivered at the optimum pouring temperature to meet construction standards - so the concrete will not pull away from the rock at the bottom of the bay," said Dan Miller, site manager for Air Liquide America.
During initial heats, when the casting process practices are being established, tensile and yield strength tests should be made frequently to establish standard practices and correlate mechanical properties and microstructure of the cast component to pouring practice.
With Dotson's multiple pattern changes, the Econo-Pour is able to talk to the molding machine and automatically adjust to the correct pouring profile.
Material ratios from 1: 1 to 100:1 and pouring rates from 0.
Series EL elastomer pouring machines work at temperatures to 265 F, provide high-vacuum degassing and outputs to 100 g/sec at 1:1 ratio.
Series EL elastomer pouring machines work at temperatures to 265 F, provide highvacuum degassing and outputs to 100 g/sec at 1:1 ratio.
Pouring out of a ladle employs both the translational and rotational time-dependent prescribed motion to model the process of liquid metal flowing from a ladle into a sand mold.