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Molten alloy quality control instruments

The passage from the use of cast iron parts to aluminium parts has caused foundries to pay greater attention to quality and the mechanical characteristics of the alloys used, and consequently to pay greater attention to the metallurgical treatments employed.

The determination of the hydrogen content in melt alloys allows the quality of the metal liquid to be evaluated prior to continuing with the casting.


FONDERMAT confirms its contribution to foundries through the development of two instruments with the objective of measuring the amount of hydrogen present in the molten alloy: