Graphite Mould For Continuous Casting
Continuous casting is a high volume method used to create long continuous metals from an open ended mould (die).
The molten metal is poured in and the water cooled graphite solidifies the metal as it passes through the die. The custom metal created is then extracted and usually cooled further with water sprays and rollers; gradually solidifying the billet, bloom or slab created.
Here is a short video on the continuous casting process used in the manufacturing of steel. In the video copper moulds are used but if you read below you will see why graphite is a better option for continuous casting:
High thermal conductivity
High thermal shock resistance
We are equipped with CNC lathe and CNC engraving machine as well as other graphite machining equipments. We also provide milling, band sawing, planning, slicing, drilling, polishing and many other services.
XRD Graphite engineer staff works closely with our customer to identify their need and covert their concepts into reality. We are also able to import your AutoCad files into SolidWorks models for design validation. Prototypes and samples can be provided to confirm design and details prior to mass production.