The cast iron is made to the required composition in an electric furnace before being transferred to the continuous casting furnace.
The liquid metal is kept hot in a tonne-weight electric furnace. The cast iron is drawn through a water-cooled graphite-forming die.
Bars are cut to 3m as standard, or to the required length. They are dispatched as-cast.
Quality and metallurgic controls throughout the process allow us to produce high quality products that meet your requirements.
The traceability is essential to improve the follow-up of our products during its life. To do this, a cold stamping is carried out after its extraction phase, thus allowing to easily identify the origin.
The process allows to cut the cast iron bars to standard size (3 m) or according to the customer's desired size (up to 6 m). A notch is made with a cutting disc, which will allow the breaking of the bar by applying pressure from the press.