On-Line Degassing System -sales@aluminiumceramicfiber.com

The main function of the on-line degassing system is to remove hydrogen dissolved in molten metal, and the secondary function is to remove alkali metals and inclusions. The selection of on-line degassing equipment is related to the functionality of the final casting product.

On-Line Degassing System

According to the humidity conditions in the ambient atmosphere, the on-line degassing system is used to reduce the hydrogen dissolved in liquid aluminum to the minimum, and reduce the alkali metals (sodium, calcium and lithium) and inclusions in the aluminum liquid. The on-line degassing unit is directly installed between the runner and the casting machine, and argon is injected into the liquid aluminum through a hollow graphite rotor.

The impeller installed at the end of the graphite rotor cuts the gas into tiny bubbles, and argon bubbles are scattered on the liquid surface.

The surface reacts with atomic hydrogen to form diatomic hydrogen, which escapes when bubbles reach the surface of liquid aluminum.

The on-line degassing system box isolates the atmosphere, and there is only less than 1% oxygen inside, which reduces the emission of smoke and aluminum slag.

In the on-line degassing system, the emission of aluminum slag and dust is very small. The design can be matched according to the configuration space requirements of casting workshop. In terms of metal cleanliness, the efficiency of removing alkali metals and inclusions is similar to that of traditional degassing tank using chlorine and argon mixture.

The refining agent is a mixture of molten salt mainly composed of magnesium chloride. Argon is transported as a gas to spray the refining agent into the metal. The refining agent meets all metallurgical standards for impurity removal, including

Hydrogen, alkali metals and inclusions. The operation data of the plant show that the efficiency of hydrogen and alkali metal removal of degassing system with refining agent is the same as that of chlorine gas. The performance of refining agent is better than that of chlorine in removing inclusions.

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