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Slag remover(coagulant) for casting metallurgy
Our advantages:
1. High purity
- Control the consistency of raw material from the mine resource.
- Introduce automatic whole-process equipment to ensure product consistency.
- Not allowed any harmful impurities during raw material & production process.

2.Fine classification
- Choose different raw materials according to their characteristics.
- Various product category, to provide customized slag treatment scheme

3. Environment friendly & health
- The reaction process is only a change of physical state, not chemical reaction, so no solution to the molten metal.
- The physical reaction is stable and non-toxic and tasteless. It does not produce soot & not affect human health.

4.Mechanism of slag removing
- Low softening point, high viscosity. After being scattered into the metal surface, the product will expand and
- Spread out to cover the entire surface, melt rapidly, form a high-viscosity "film" finally, which
sticks to the scum in the metal, to make slag collected and removed.
contact:sales003@hndaye.com.cn
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web:www.dayecasting.com
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Oxyhydrogen generator video demo for wax pattern soldering.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj9mCqgY7Ag

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For anyone using plaster of paris molds, I've found that adding glass fibers to the mix greatly reduces the risk of cracking during the burnout process. In this video I added roughly 2% by volume.

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Here's some of what I've figured out about lost PLA casting so far, for anyone who's trying it. Right now my biggest problem is cracks forming in the mold during the burnout, if anyone knows a solution to this I'd appreciate the help. Using 50/50 mix of sand and plaster of paris btw.
#AluminumCasting   #LostPLA  

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Hi. Check out my blog: tjarvais.blogspot.com. I am looking to connect with others and exchange information. My blog is where you can see successes and failures as they happen and maybe you can learn what not to do from me!

Has anyone home brewed an alloy that uses a high percentage of aluminum, and no copper, that would be strong enough to make a belt buckle?

anyone experiment on creating new alloys and mixing known ones
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