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Alloy Casting for Pressure Valves

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Aside from the fact that alloy castings are more cost-effective than other methods, casting also allows you to create certain parts that are designed according to your requirements. To give you a better idea about how beneficial it is for your business to choose alloy castings for pressure valves, read on.

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Advantages of Using Alloy Castings

Flexibility

Alloy castings are shaped as liquid and possess features like low melting point, high fluidity, and good as-solidified strength. They are widely used in the form of die castings and general-purpose sand castings. Additionally, this type of castings is used where fluidity, good corrosion resistance, and rigidity are of greater importance than strength.

Unquestionably, the most widely used alloys are those containing between 9.0% to 13.0% silicon, which occasionally have small amounts of copper. Silicon increases fluidity and decreases shrinkage of molten aluminum alloy so that castability is high and intricate shapes and complex geometry can be cast. Hence, it becomes easier for alloy castings to be used in creating pressure valves.

Lightweight Yet Powerful

Although alloy steel castings are extremely lightweight, their sturdiness allows them to be effectively applied for companies that are involved in the manufacturing of vehicles. Furthermore, when it comes to the production of high-performance wheels, this type of casting can be your best option.

Durable

The calcium, zirconium, nickel, and cerium components in alloy castings make them highly durable compared to other options. You can expect your alloy castings to exhibit better resistance to wear and tear, as well as high heat.

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Applications of Alloy Castings

Most alloy castings are applied in components that require intricate castings. This type of casting is widely used in water jackets, valve bodies, pressure-tight components, heavy-duty pistons for diesel engines, cylinder-heads for liquid and air-cooled engines, and automobile pistons.

If you want to know more about the applications of alloy castings, contact Ferralloy Inc. through this link!