Sand binder systems part V-Furan no-bake

Carey, Paul R.; Lott, Michelle
July 1995
Foundry Management & Technology;Jul95, Vol. 123 Issue 7, p26
Provides information about furan-type resin binders. Uses and composition of FNB resin system or the acid no-bake; Types of acid catalysts in FNB resin binders; Details of the procedure of catalyst addition; Impact of the different process variables on the system performance; Properties and applications of FNB. INSETS: How much catalyst is needed to cure acid catalyzed no-bake?.;No-bake core and mold handling.;Some definitions of formaldehyde exposure.;FNB pros and cons.


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