In-mould treatment processes in iron foundry practice
Foundry Trade Journal
Various methods of in-mould treatment in iron foundry practice are presented. In-mould filtration is a common practice used by foundaries to produce clean castings. In-mould inoculation method is improved by locating the reaction chamber directly in a pouring basin. In another in-mould inoculation method, treatment alloy is placed into the reaction chamber before pouring, the outlet of which is closed by a consumable plug assembly.
Original Publication Date
Lerner, Yury S.; Aubrey, Leonard S.; Craig, Don; and Margaria, Thomas, "In-mould treatment processes in iron foundry practice" (2002). Faculty Publications. 3372.