pressure casting

pressure casting

[′presh·ər ‚kast·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Making castings of molten or plastic metal in metal molds under applied pressures.
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[12] Gaspar, S., Mascenik, J., Pasko, J.: The effect of degassing pressure casting molds on the quality of pressure casting, Advanced Materials Research.
The techniques for non-ferrous casting include die casting, centrifugal casting, high pressure casting, vacuum casting, and investment casting.
[ClickPress, Thu Jan 29 2015] Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market By Product Type (Toilet Sinks/Water Closets, Wash Basins, Pedestals, and Cisterns), Technology (Slip Casting, Pressure Casting, Tape Casting, and Isostatic Pressing) And Geography (North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe and RoW) - Global Trends & Forecast To 2019
The investment has helped complete a full foundry floor rebuild to make efficiency improvements to its low pressure casting capability.
A method that shows potential is the pressure casting technique.
In order to decrease the porosity in the composite material, the pressure casting such as die and squeeze casting methods is applied [14].
The Bulgarian factory Ilinden is owned by the US company Counter Pressure Casting INC through its subsidiary Contraco.
The pressure casting die is a tool for making a pressure casting on a pressure die-casting machine.
It will also be presenting its new deluxe non-stick assortment Scanpan Professional, the deluxe version of Scanpan Classic, using its patented pressure casting and ceramic-titanium non-stick technology.
When using a low pressure casting process, the initial viscosity of the material and its viscosity characteristics over a range of shear rates can have a major impact on the processing of the material.
American Standard said it had invested in pressure casting equipment, which meant it no longer needed to employ people to make its traditional plaster of Paris moulds.