CENTRIFUGAL TUBE

Centrifugal Tube, Radiant Tubes, Reformer Tubes, Shaft, Wheel and Ring Products

 

  

Centrifugal casting overview, Metal is poured into a hollow steel die spinning fast enough to force the metal against the inside surface. The metal freezes very rapidly, from the outside in. This process ensures that all impurities or gases "float" to the inside surface. Once these impurities are removed by machining, the remaining metal is very sound with a very fine grain structure.

 

Centrifugal casting is used to produce axi-symmetric parts, such as cylinders or disks, which are typically hollow. Due to the high centrifugal forces, these parts have a very fine grain on the outer surface and possess mechanical properties approximately 30% greater than parts formed with static casting methods. These parts may be cast from ferrous metals such as low alloy steel, high alloy steel, stainless steel, Nickel Based Alloy and special alloy, or from non-ferrous alloys such as aluminum, bronze, copper, magnesium. Centrifugal casting is performed in wide variety of industries, including aerospace, industrial, marine, and power transmission. Typical parts include bearings, bushings, radiant tube, reformer tuber, coils, cylinder liners, nozzles, pipes/tubes, pressure vessels, pulleys, rings, and wheels.

Wind Industrial Supplied co., can manufacture to your drawings and ship anywhere around the world, also provide competitively lower pricing, high quality Centrifugal Castings, Centrifugal Tube, Radiant Tubes, Reformer Tubes, and special shapes and machining services to our customers.

 

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Capabilities

  Typical Feasible
Shapes: Thin-walled: Cylindrical
Solid: Cylindrical
Thin-walled: Complex
Solid: Complex
Part size: Diameter: 1 - 120 in.
Length: Up to 50 ft.
Weight: Up to 5 tons
Materials: Metals
Alloy Steel
Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel
Aluminum
Copper, Bronze, Brass
Nickel Based Alloy
 
Surface finish - Ra: 63 - 500 μin 32 - 500 μin
Tolerance: ± 0.01 in. ± 0.002 in.
Max wall thickness: 0.1 - 5.0 in. 0.1 - 5.0 in.
Quantity: 100 - 10000 Pcs 1 - 10000 Pcs
Lead time: Weeks Days
Advantages: Can form very large parts
Good mechanical properties
Good surface finish and accuracy
Low equipment cost
Low labor cost
Little scrap generated
Disadvantages: Limited to cylindrical parts
Secondary machining is often required for inner diameter
Applications: Radiant Tubes, Reformer Tubes, Tubing, Pipes, wheels, pulleys, nozzles, Piston Ring, Shaft and wind energy components.

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