Both the manual and automatic nozzles are designed for being used in the foundry. There are different nozzle models, both manual and automatic, depending on the operation to be carried out.
The Dry Lub System is provided with an injection system (Altea patent) that supplies the release agent, which is pre-mixed with air. This way, application is smooth and constant.
The mix of talc and nano-technology graphite can be used anywhere. In particular, you can appreciate it on castings that cannot be filled easily due to their poor smoothness. You only need a tiny – almost invisible – amount, as it enhances its lubricant properties.
The excellent electrostatic adherence obtained with the Dry Lub System minimises its dispersion into the environment.
90% of the release agent applied is removed with the casting. Normal blowing is enough to ensure a clean mould.
The grain size of the release agent is extremely thin and does not alter the paint roughness if applied correctly.
Alloys tend to cool down. As a result, a faster filling process can only improve the quality of the castings. This is particularly visible in low-thickness castings.
Yes. In particular, you will appreciate it in the parts of the casting with a low thickness, where smoothness and speed are extremely important.
Because it improves the smoothness of the molten metal by reducing frictions and it can even triple the duration of the paint.