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Materials Commonly Used in Centrifugal Casting

Any material that can be cast can be centrifugally cast, from iron to stainless steel and even glass concrete and pottery materials. This technique is employed across many industries for its ability to reliably produce high quality parts.

For over 50 years Delta Centrifugal has made its mark producing alloys of many different types for many different applications. Over that time, we have gained a wealth of experience casting alloys of all kinds. The following is a selection of materials we specialize in.   

1. Stainless Steel: The standard for corrosion resistance

Stainless steel stands out for its excellent corrosion resistance and strength, making it a go-to material for components that must endure harsh environments. This material finds extensive use in industries like chemical processing and food production, where longevity and hygiene are paramount. Centrifugal casting excels in creating parts that are free from impurities and oxides. This is vital for a corrosion resistant material. Delta Centrifugal has mastered the art of pouring stainless steels, meaning our parts will stay free of corrosion better, and for longer.

2. Nickel Alloys: Mastering Extreme Conditions

Nickel alloys demonstrate outstanding corrosion resistance in a variety of environments. These alloys also typically provide fantastic strength under high temperatures. Delta Centrifugal is among the most experienced centrifugal foundries at pouring nickel alloys. Our parts have what it takes to hold up to even the most challenging conditions.

3. Copper Alloys: Versatility and Strength in offshore applications

Celebrated for its corrosion resistance and anti-galling properties, as well as excellent conductivity and machinability, copper alloys are essential to a number of industries. Not the least of which is the marine industry. Centrifugal casting is the ideal casting method for marine applications, producing dense, uniform parts with superior mechanical properties. Delta Centrifugal specializes in several copper alloys, including Copper Nickel and Aluminum Bronze.

4. Cobalt alloys: Exceptional wear resistance and hardness

Cobalt alloys are renowned for their exceptional hardness and wear resistance even in high temperature environments. Coupled with excellent resistance to chemical corrosion these advanced alloys are vital to many industries, including aerospace and oil & gas. Delta Centrifugal has a proven track record pouring cobalt alloys for manufacturers worldwide.

At Delta Centrifugal, our expertise in centrifugal casting goes beyond mastering the process; it’s about understanding and utilizing these metal casting materials to their fullest potential. Our commitment to quality, backed by ISO 9001 and PED 2014/68/EC certifications, ensures that every casting we produce meets the highest standards of precision and durability. Whether it’s “as cast,” “rough machined,” or “finish machined,” we tailor our approach to satisfy the specific needs of our diverse clientele.

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