Manufacturing Procedure

“Casting quality components calls for a high level of technical acumen and manufacturing expertise – two things that Spin-N-Cast has developed over the years, thanks to a combination of veteran engineers, best practices, cutting-edge tools and a robust infrastructure.”

Centrifugal Casting

One of the major reasons why centrifugal is the preferred method is that the end product has a fine grain microstructure and is free from porosity.

Other key benefits include:

  • High wear quality .
  • Perfect soundness fetching high mechanical properties.
  • Excellent physical properties (high tensile, creep and fatigue strength) resulting in long-lasting castings .
  • Improved resistance to wear and tear.
  • Absolute pressure tightness.
  • Elimination of blowholes and inclusions before finish machining.
  • Lesser wastage of material, thanks to the low cast weight to finish weight ratio.
  • Substantial reduction of equipment downtime resulting in cost- and time-efficient production.

Centrifugal vs Sand/Static Casting

Centrifugal casting unarguably has an upper hand over sand/static casting since the end result achieved upholds over 30% more physical properties when compared to the latter. Here’s a quick look at some prominent features that make centrifugal casting the favored process the world over:

Particulars Centrifugal Casting Sand/Static Casting
Microstructure Dense and uniform Spongy and uneven
Grain Flow Radial and uniform Linear and Non-Uniform
Tensile Strength High Low
Solidity Uniform Hardness Low and Non-Uniform Hardness
Impact Loads Can withstand high impact load Doesn’t sustain impact loads
Pattern Not Required Required
Surface Finish Excellent Poor
Micro-Porosity Not present Present
Life Span More Less