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  1. Graphdip S

    Graphdip S

    A reddish coloured, solvent based Graphitic coating for foundry cores and moulds. It consists of high purity crystalline graphite and is formulated using well balanced suspension and binder systems to provide excellent coating properties.

    CMS GRAPHDIP S exhibits excellent wetting properties and is specifically designed for application by ‘Dipping’ in high production set-up.
     


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  2. Greensand

    Greensand

    Ready to use greensand in approx 30kg bags or bulk bags.


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  3. Mortar 1650AW

    Mortar 1650AW

    DESCRIPTION :                                       

    CMS MORTAR 1650AW is a general purpose super duty Air-setting mortar with exceptional properties and uses. It is supplied Wet, in a paste-like ‘ready-for-use’ consistency.

    CMS MORTAR 1650AW can be used in a myriad of ways to bond, coat, repair and patch a wide range of refractory products.

    Ideal for patching cracked Investment Casting Shells.


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  4. Novacast - Nova Flow & Solid

    Novacast - Nova Flow & Solid

    NovaFlow & Solid CV is a complete simulation package. Using new advanced numeric models and a new meshing technology, Control Volume, it is the most efficient simulation package on the market.

    NovaFlow & Solid CV requires less than one hour to set up a complete simulation including start-up, meshing and running. The resulting simulation will be extremely accurate in accordance with your 3D drawings.

    www.novacastfoundry.se/

     


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  5. Ebaboard PW920

    Ebaboard PW920

    Ebaboard PW 920  is a synthetic board material, that is of a stable uniform structure and parallel faces. It can be cut and shaped  using regular woodworking tools.

    During the process of machining, routing etc., there is a minimum generation of dust.

    Models produced from ebaboard PW 920, are virtually shrinkage free good edge strength, and are extremely stable due to very low water absorption.


    The boards can be easily bonded using ebaboard PW 920 adhesive. Contains no halogene, flexibilisator, solvent or FCKW.

    Density 1.2g/cm3


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  6. Trueline Dowels

    Trueline Dowels

    True-Line Steel Dowels are broached and flange-slotted which means that:
    * They can be inserted easily, accurately and quickly.
    * Because of the slotted flange, the Bushing and Pin can be removed with wrenches that are either flange-slotted or broached, even if the Pin is broken.
    * Tapered shaft design of Pin and square shoulders contribute to accurate alignment.
     


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  7. Skimmers

    Skimmers

    Part No:

    Size

    (mm)

    Stub Size

    (mm)

    No. of Holes

    Thickness

    (mm)

    SK6"

    150

    110

    19

    3

    SK8"

    200

    150

    38

    3

    SK10"

    255

    200

    13

    5

     


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  8. S460 Steel Shot

    S460 Steel Shot

     S460 grade steel shot.


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  9. Thermal Analysis - Cast Iron

    Thermal Analysis - Cast Iron

    Tracing and analyzing the temperature of a cooling and solidifying iron sample is named Thermal Analysis. The plateaus of liquidus and solidus temperatures of the cooling iron sample in a cup allow the calculation of carbon equivalent, carbon and silicon. Relevant formulas in our instruments may be used to calculate physical properties of the iron casting.

    Our range of QuiK-Cup cups (QuiK stands for Quartz insulated type K thermocouple) are designed for various types of cast iron, unalloyed, alloyed, solidifying grey or white and taken from Cupola through runner, furnace or tundish.

    Sensor: QuiK-Cup 


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  10. CMS Sodasil G

    CMS Sodasil G

    A colourless, semi-translucent liquid Sodium Silicate binder for the production of foundry cores and moulds by Silicate/CO2 process. 


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