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By Robert Wilson

ISBN-10: 1861250991

ISBN-13: 9781861250995

ISBN-10: 1907747435

ISBN-13: 9781907747434

Contiuous casting of non-ferrous metals has been practiced for good over a hundred years. the method has many merits over static ingot and booklet mold casting, an important being better yield, diminished strength intake and aid in manpower, with a consequent aid in expense. This ebook offers an account of the way non-stop casting has constructed and the way the method can be utilized inside of an engineering atmosphere for casting quite a lot of copper-based alloys and priceless metals, together with gold and silver, and chosen nickel alloys.

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Corrective action can then be taken to diagnose the fault and re-start. When re-starting it is recommended that temperatures at Tl and T2 are sufficiently low to ensure 'freeze back' prior to removal of the broken section. It is necessary then to re-polish before re-inserting otherwise damage to the graphite cavity will occur. 2 Incorporating Safety Plunger at Die Exit A useful addition to 'rod break' safety is provided by incorporating a 'spring- or pressure-loaded plunger' at the die exit. This consists of a steel strip or metal section lightly loaded onto the edge of the cast strip or surface of the rod.

Section is still within the die cavity being extracted towards the exit. By simple circuitry the withdrawal can be stopped leaving the equipment 'safe from metal run out'. Corrective action can then be taken to diagnose the fault and re-start. When re-starting it is recommended that temperatures at Tl and T2 are sufficiently low to ensure 'freeze back' prior to removal of the broken section. It is necessary then to re-polish before re-inserting otherwise damage to the graphite cavity will occur.

Of Metals, 1955-56, 84, 319-326. Properzi Process: Met. Reviews, Inst. of Metals, 1961, 6(22). SOUTHWIRE: 'Southwire Revolutionises Non-Ferrous Rod Production with SCR System' 33 Magazine, June 1975. , 1966 43(6), 105. WERTLI:Alfred Wertli AG, Winterthur, Switzerland. Technica Guss: Wurzburg, West Germany I. E. EWEN:United Wire Unicast Process, UK Patents 894,783, 894,784, 934,484. M. RANTANEN: Outokumpu, 'Upward Continuous Cast of Copper Wire', Wire Industry, July 1976. Rautomead International: Dundee, Scotland.

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