TITLE

Optimierung der Schlichte-Applikation - Hei�spritzen statt Streichen

AUTHOR(S)
St�tzel, Reinhard; Lappat, Ingo; Vorrath, Martin
PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
Giesserei Praxis;2012, Vol. 63 Issue 7/8, p299
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Most large scale casting producers are predominantly using a two layer coating application method such as flowing and brushing for applying the coating to the core or form surfaces. Brushing is a time-consuming procedure but very often preferred by the foundries due to large cast pieces and handling issues. The two layer coating application method however leads to an irregular coating application and loss of time resulting in extra costs. Therefore it appears to be obvious that foundries aim to optimize the process of coating application permanently. The hot spraying application is such a way of optimizing the coating application with the advantages of even surfaces without any time losses and extra costs.
ACCESSION #
77940748

 

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