Centrifugal Casting Process
Centrifugal casting – horizontal and vertical
- Horizontal up to 50” (1,270 mm) OD, 240” long (6,100 mm). Up to 30,000 lbs. (13,640 kg).
- Vertical up to 180” (4,572 mm) OD. Up to 34,000 lbs. (15,450 kg).
- Vacuum cast 18” x 42” diameter (455 mm x 1,070 mm). Up to 800 lbs. (364 kg).
World’s Largest Die Inventory
- The largest inventory of centrifugal dies in the world.
- Many horizontal and vertical configurations.
- Zero tooling cost is likely for most applications.
- Dies can also be optimized for larger / long running projects.
Metal Alloys & Modifications
- We routinely pour hundreds of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, as well as special grades.
- Broadest range of materials available – iron, nickel, copper, and cobalt-based, alloys.
Additional Casting Capabilities
Intricate detail is added, ideal for complex parts with bosses, pads, flanges, ribs, etc. Considerable machining cost is avoided by casting in the shape. Near net shaping can be gained through the use of sand inserts placed in the rotating die to add shape to the O.D. of the centrifugally cast part.
- Vacuum and air.
- Nadcap certified. Conforms to MIL-H-6875, AMS 2750, and multiple customer approvals for aerospace and nuclear applications.
- AOD (Argon oxygen decarburization) refining - Removes contaminants for further alloy refining to help achieve optimum cost and alloy control.
- Induction melting.
To reach Wisconsin Centrifugal, please call 262-544-7777.