Induction Furnace

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Induction Furnace

 

 

 
The pouring induction furnace with its pressure-tight cover
has a cylindrical shape. The charging and pouring
siphon channels end in the bottom of the case.
This configuration ensures practically slag-free
pouring. The molten metal is forced under gas
pressure from the induction heated furnace case
through the pour siphon into the spout
which is provided with an outlet opening
(nozzle) that can be plugged with a stopper.
The level of the molten metal in the case can be
maintained at a constant height with a
pressurized gas by balancing the pressure level
accordingly. The distance opening height of the
stopper and the diameter of the nozzle determine
the flow rate of the molten metal poured out in
g/sec.