While the process of steel precision casting is similar to investment casting, it is much simpler and less complex. In addition to the same metals, this process also uses a different wax and shell coating substrate. The standard surface finish is 7-12.5 Ra, but it can be varied to meet the client's requirements. Dimensional tolerances range from CT7 to CT9. A quality steel precision casting part is important to your manufacturing process. It should be made to a high level of quality and should meet or exceed your requirements.
Stainless steel precision casting is aimed at small-diameter ingots, with a small crisscross zone. Flowability can also be considered under normal conditions. The high level of fluidity makes it ideal for this industry. Moreover, stainless steel is suitable for all types of alloy casting. Therefore, you don't have to worry about the material's oxidation or corrosivity.
Stainless steel precision castings are also available. These parts are a great choice if you need to manufacture tiny components. Stainless steel is a good choice for parts with a low roughness value and are crucial for the pharmaceutical and food industries. Their precision tolerances and low roughness prevent bacterial growth. Stainless steel is a good choice in this application because it reduces corrosion risks and ensures hygiene when it comes into contact with water. Stainless steel impellers, ball valves, and valve houses are among the various applications where these components are used.
Stainless steel precision casting parts have an excellent ability to be applied at a high temperature. This ensures good fluidity during reinjection. There are some factors to consider when selecting stainless steel precision casting parts. These include the distance to be reinjected, the state of temperature reduction, and the total flow. Round ingot forged products should have a low tendency to crack, while aluminum alloys should have a good ability to feed exhaust pipes.
Stainless steel investment casting parts have better mechanical and dimensional properties than iron. This alloy is also good for high-quality automotive parts, including jet engines. The melting point of molten steel is higher than that of pig iron. The material's density is a more durable alloy, and can withstand higher temperatures than other materials. They are also more resistant to oxidation and air. In addition, they are suitable for all types of other alloys, such as aluminum.
CIREX's steel precision casting parts are widely used in the automotive industry, where the material has superior mechanical properties. They are used in a variety of applications, including engines, gearboxes, brake & fuel systems, as well as bodyworks. The resulting parts have high-quality surfaces and are generally less expensive than equivalent cast iron products. When they are used in the automotive industry, they have a high degree of precision.