Our procedure includes manual tests on the moulds being used by our clients. We also check the temperatures using a thermographic camera and analyse the results. The possibility to continue the automated tests is an option we’ll consider at a later stage. This first stage is totally free of charge for the client.
Technically none, because the lubrication head of the Dry Lub System is made specifically for the die casting machine in which it is mounted. Consider that the powder is almost invisible, and the application is really fast.
By eliminating the water-based release agent we have eliminated oil mist and waste water as well as subsequent depurations. Moreover, we have reduced suction-related consumption.
The products we use are not toxic and meet all EC parameters.
It’s an added cost in the melting stage. The ROI is obtained during the processing and cleaning stages of the various pipes.
This operation occurs in a dielectric chamber, in which the electrostatically charged powder is sprayed. As the core is a conductor, it makes the product stick to it.
Powder does not fall off because it is applied to the surface electrostatically. However, you need to pay special attention when you blow air into the mould to remove the sand that falls from the core.
The product applied is dry and melts above 1200 °C. The micro particles deposit on the surface without altering breathability.
This powder is made up of talc and synthetic graphite processed with nano-technologies. These products are highly compatible with aluminium.