Impeller, stainless steel CA6NM,investment casting
An impeller, also known as a rotor, is a rotating component of a centrifugal pump often times made of iron, steel, bronze, brass, or aluminum. It’s a vitally important component for many processing units as it pumps fluid outwards from the center of rotation and transfers into pressure inside the pump casing.
Stainless steel impeller, pump impeller casting
Pump & Valves/Food /Chemical
Food mixing units
And much more
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Investment Casting +Machining+Painting
Investment casting is one of the oldest manufacturing processes, dating back thousands of years, in which molten metal is poured into an expendable ceramic mold. The mold is formed by using a wax pattern - a disposable piece in the shape of the desired part. The pattern is surrounded, or "invested", into ceramic slurry that hardens into the mold. Investment casting is often referred to as "lost-wax casting" because the wax pattern is melted out of the mold after it has been formed. Lox-wax processes are one-to-one (one pattern creates one part), which increases production time and costs relative to other casting processes. However, since the mold is destroyed during the process, parts with complex geometries and intricate details can be created. Investment casting can make use of most metals, most commonly using aluminum alloys, bronze alloys, magnesium alloys, cast iron, stainless steel, and tool steel. This process is beneficial for casting metals with high melting temperatures that can not be molded in plaster or metal. Parts that are typically made by investment casting include those with complex geometry such as turbine blades or firearm components. High temperature applications are also common, which includes parts for the automotive, aircraft, and military industries.
Quenched and Tempered
1. Incoming material inspection 2.Charge mixture 3.Moulding 4.Melting&Pouring 5.Shot blasting&grinding 6.Painting 7.Visual test 8.Machining 9.Process inspection 10.Cleaning 11.Leakage test 12.FQC 13.Packing&stocking 14.Pre-shipment inspection 15.Delivery
+/-0.05mm（ or according to the customers drawing indicated）
Seaworthy Wooden Cases
ASTM. AISI. DIN. BS. JIS. NF. AS.
1000 Ton/Tons per Month
Provide by customer, or design according as the sample,in the format of Pro/E, Auto-CAD, SOLIDWORK, CAXA, UG, CAD, CAM, CAE, STP, IGES, etc.
Design and produced by ourselves according to provided drawings
1. How can I get the quotation?
Please send us your drawing together with the weight,material and quantity requireed.
2. If we don't have the drawing,can you make drawing for me?
Yes, we can scan your sample and make the drawing for your confirmation.
3. What kind of file format you can read?
PDF, IGS, DWG, STEP, etc.
4. How small and how big you can cast?
5. What is the MOQ?
6. What is the sample and order lead time?
Sample time: 6-8 weeks including tooling construction. Order time: 4-6 weeks after sample approval, it can be flexible due to complexity or quantity.
7. What is your payment terms?
L/C，D/P， T/T are accepted.
Tooling:100% in advance, Order:50% deposit, 50% before shipment.
8. What kind of patterns do you always construct and use?
We always cast make and cast with aluminum patterns.