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The difference between green sand casting process and resin sand casting process

17th March 2011
In the past, one client asked us the difference between green sand casting process and resin sand casting process. Herein, I make a brief introduction to these two casting processes, and hope it could be helpful for other casting purchasers. Green sand... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

CASTING

07th February 2011
I have worked for years in iron and steel casting area, so always wanted to write an article to introduce all aspects for iron and steel casting, and hope this article could help casting purchasers to quickly understand all main issues about castings. Ok,... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

Ductile Iron Manhole Cover

05th January 2011
Ductile iron manhole cover means the manhole covers made by ductile iron, not by gray iron. The buyers choose the ductile iron to get better tensile strength. Ductile iron manhole covers are easily to purchase in China since most of iron foundries can ... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

Top grade Bentonite for piling use

05th January 2010
Neelkanth Sodaclays company is a private company. It is categorized under Bentonite for piling use and is located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. It is mined and processed specially for foundry and also for other use by the Neelkanth Bentonite pioneer of activated... Read >
Author: neelkanth

Casting Sand, Green Sand, and Metal Casting Information

08th May 2008
Green Sand: Green sand is also called as foundry sand or molding sand. This is utilized for sand casting. When this sand is oiled or moistened, it has a tendency to pack well and retain the shape. Green sand is a mix of pulverized coal, water, bentonite c... Read >
Author: Kent Klein

Brass Casting Information

07th May 2008
Brass casting, as the name suggests, involves the use of brass as the molten metal. Brass casting can be carried out by the way of sand casting only. Sand casting can be defined as a 'cast part' produced by formation of a mold from a mixture of sand and p... Read >
Author: Kent Klein
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