The centrifugal casting process provides a cost effective method for producing high quality parts. Centrifugal casting is essentially "liquid forging". In the centrifugal casting process, molten metal is poured into a hollow cylindrical mold spinning about a horizontal or vertical axis at speeds generating more than 100 Gs of centrifugal force. The centrifugal force distributes the molten metal and shapes it into a tubular casting. This centrifugal force along with the rapid cooling effect of the chilled mold induces directional solidification across the casting wall under forced feeding conditions. Therefore, the resultant centrifugal casting is very dense with uniform metallurgical structure & there is an increase in the actual mechanical properties of the casting by 10% to 15%, when compared to a static casting.
Some of the materials we work with are, Brass, Bronze, Aluminum Bronze, Copper & Copper alloys, Gun Metal, Phosphor Bronze, Manganese Bronze, Nickel Aluminum Bronze, Stainless Steel(SS304, SS316, SS321, SS347, etc.), Duplex 2205(F51), Super Duplex 2507(F53), F44(6Mo), Inconel 625 & 825, etc.