Our steam De-wax autoclave quickly and efficiently removes wax from within ceramic shells. The De-wax autoclave is the most reliable and cost effective process for large production runs. Our units are available with a 90 kW boiler or a 126 kW boiler.
The above sizes are also available in modular design without a boiler.
Our gas flash De-wax system allows you to complete your De-wax, wax recovery and burnout of your ceramic shell in a single operation. The pre-heating of ceramic shells is also possible with our add-on features. Shells with rapid prototype patterns are easily processed and our equipment allows you to recover 90% of your wax material.
Our mechanical shell removal process is completed by a pneumatic hammer. The cabinet is equipped with a variable position carriage for clamping the ceramic shell. The unit is fixed within an acoustic enclosure to minimise noise.
If you are looking for a safe, cost effective and environmentally friendly way to remove shell and ceramic core material from investment castings then our automated ultra high pressure water jetting system is the solution you are looking for.
Our core leaching autoclaves provide the ideal casting equipment solution for the safe, reliable removal of ceramic cores and shell materials. Our systems are available in 2 standard sizes but we also manufacture systems specific to your needs. All units are PLC controlled and operated via a touch screen.
Our investment casting cut off machines are semi-automated, plug-and play, wet and dry cutting systems. Clusters are held in place with a hydraulic clamping system which allows the tree position to be adjusted on a rotary-tilt axis. Laser positioning ensures precision cuts to minimise further grinding operations.
Our vacuum heat treatment furnaces are highly efficient with rapid heating and cooling ability. Our equipment is also highly energy efficient and very cost competitive.
One of the most common forms of furnace brazing is accomplished in a vacuum furnace and referred to as vacuum brazing, our systems are cost effective, highly efficient and have several built-in safety features.
Pressing of metallic powders, metal injection moulding, 3D printing, and other similar technologies can benefit from the superior quality and flexibility of vacuum sintering.
Our vacuum induction melting furnaces process a wide range of materials.
Our furnace equipment has proven to consistently deliver value and competitive advantage for critical, high-value equiax, directionally solidified and single-crystal castings
Most reproducible production processes could benefit from the application of automated solutions, ranging from simple pick/place units to full robotic systems, our automated solutions will quickly become a key piece of foundry equipment.
As production rates increase, continuous heat treatment systems may be desirable for higher volumes of production. We design and supply systems for most curing, drying and heating profiles.
In demanding production environments tight control of temperature and humidity are key to producing conforming products. Utilising very low velocity/high volume recirculation systems, you can maintain the desired working environment within your facility.
It is crucial for several production processes to provide at source extraction and treatment of emissions from your processes to ensure compliance with relevant EHS guidelines. Operator comfort is also maximised through the use of our systems.
Our Doosan machines serve several markets including Aerospace, Power Generation, Motor-sport and Oil and Gas. As well as machine tools we provide machine tool servicing, flexible finance packages, spare parts and training.
Our pulse dust collector comes in 2 standard sizes, the system uses a proprietary fan design that minimises noise but delivers excellent suction. The 16 holes in the pulse blowback head are distributed at an angle of 45° with a copper and aluminium head.
Our pouring manipulator is fitted with a motor driven ball screw. The system uses a double cantilever mechanism to ensure that the casting ladle stays horizontal when it is moved in the horizontal and vertical direction. A clear screen is added between the operator and the pouring process to ensure accurate positioning and reduce the chance of splashing.
Our melting furnaces deliver constant power output, rapid melting ability and energy saving performance. The system also operates an independent pure water cooling system. Our ICSRLL model has a power output of 175 kW, melting capacity of 100 kg and a melting time of 25 minutes. The overall dimensions of the ICSRLL system are 250 x 110 x 190 cm.
All of our sand blasting units are constructed from high quality stainless steel with the inner lining produced with wear-resistant rubber plate. This extends the service life and reduces noise exposure. The blasting nozzle is installed on a rotating bracket to ensure the sand reaches all areas of most complex castings. The overall dimensions of the system are 220 x 180 x 420 cm.
Our double-station multi-purpose belt system can be used for both grinding and polishing operations. The system is easy to service and grinding belts grinding belts are quickly and easily changed. Each belt can run independently if required. The overall dimensions of the system are 110 x 115 x 125 cm.
Our gas-fired or oil-heated tilting furnaces provide for high melting performance. The use of high-quality insulation materials results in very low energy consumption. Designed with an exhaust vent over the crucible edge, these tilting furnaces achieve very high melting rates and optimum energy efficiency. Our furnaces are capable of reaching 1400 °C and delivering a melting temperature of 1250 °C.
The electrically heated tilting furnaces are characterised by high melting performance with very temperature uniformity. Aluminum and brass can be melted in the 1200°C version. The 1300°C version can also be used to melt bronze and other materials. The system includes an electro-hydraulic tilting system with flame resistant HFC hydraulic fluid.
These compact melting furnaces for the melting of non-ferrous metals and alloys are one of a kind and have a number of technical advantages. Designed as tabletop models, they can be used for many laboratory applications. The melting furnaces are available for furnace chamber temperatures of 1000 °C, 1300 °C, or 1500 °C.