Ceramic Foam Filter is a kind of effective molten metal filter that is mainly designed for filtering impurities from grey iron. SiC Ceramic Foam Filters is available in all standard dimensions and different thicknesses. The most common porosity are PPI 10, 20, 30, and 40; higher porosity is available upon request. Custom-made cut-to-size filters are also possible.inquiry
1. Precise size. The control of silicon carbide ceramic foam filter for casting size is processed from filter media sponge cutting to the final sinter.
2. High strength and free from loose debris. Special formula and technique adjustment together with the good package are to make sure it prevents debris either during transportation or molten metal pouring.
3. Branded main material. Branded filter media sponge with a strict inspection to make a sure uniform hole with high porosity.Triple check on pores of sponge: before cutting, cutted, sintered.
4. High purity of raw materials, high refractory, and good thermal shock resistance.
|Main material||Silicon Carbide|
|Hole density (PPI) (PPI=pore per linear inch)||10 – 40|
|Basic Shapes||Square, circle, rectangle|
|Thermal shock resistance||6times/1100℃ to room temp|
|Tolerance of Dimensions||-1.5 /+0.5mm|
Silicon carbide ceramic foam filter’s outstanding thermal shock resistance and high strength properties were developed for superior performance in extreme iron foundry applications.
1. Sand casting
2. Investment casting
3. Shell casting
4. Low-pressure die casting
5. Permanent mould casting
First of all, our factory adheres to the principle of quality first. We have a group of professional technical and inspection personnel to focus on product quality control and Technological innovation. For each product, we have strict process inspection and factory inspection. We have a well export experience, to provide customers with professional pre-sales and after-sales service and technical support.The sales process will be active tracking queries, positively solving the problems in the follow-up use of customers.