Aluminum dip well furnaces
Electric immersion heaters are the preferred choice for aluminum dip well brazing furnaces, known for their efficiency in joining metal components. This heating method is ideal for processes that require clean, strong joints, outperforming other techniques like welding and proving cost-effective for composite or assembled parts. Perfect for high-volume production, […]
High Low Pressure Die Casting
In light-metal casting, two primary methods—high pressure die casting and low pressure die casting—account for the majority of production. High pressure casting is employed in approximately 50% of all light metal casting processes, while low pressure casting is used in about 20%. Both methods offer distinct advantages and are suited […]
Molten Metal Filter Boxes
Molten Metal Filter Boxes, typically utilizing ceramic foam filters, are essential for producing high-quality die-cast aluminum components. These filters effectively remove contaminants from the aluminum before the casting process, ensuring the integrity and quality of the final product. The Role of Ceramic Foam Filters in Aluminum Casting Ceramic foam filters […]
Ladle Melting Furnaces
When it comes to ladle melting furnaces, optimizing heat transfer is crucial for improving efficiency and product quality. The Immersion Heating System in Ladle Melting Furnaces, provided by New Century Heaters, offers an ideal solution by efficiently transferring heat directly into dip wells and degassers. This system is designed to […]
Immersion Heater in Degassing Systems
New Century Heaters are the ideal solution for free-standing and inline immersion heater degassing systems. Immersion heaters efficiently transfer heat into dip wells and degassers as heat doesn’t have to pass through an insulating layer of oxides on the surface of the melt. The immersion heater is beneath any separating […]
Immersion Heaters Commonly Found in Holding Furnaces
New Century Immersion Heaters are commonly found in holding furnaces, where they serve as the ideal solution for both free-standing and inline furnaces. Designed to efficiently transfer heat, these heaters bypass the insulating layer of oxides typically found on the surface of the melt. Positioned beneath any separating refractory arch, […]