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Foseco


HOLLOTEX® filtration devices from Foseco allow parallel filtration and metal distribution through multiple filters, simultaneously, for castings too large for single filters. Tis results in increased flow control, at a higher velocity, with more even metal distri- bution. And, more efficient filtration eliminates uneven filling characteris-


tics, thereby reducing expensive defects. Foseco


440-826-4548 www.foseconoram.com Booth 507


Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic Corp.


Ajax TOCCO power supplies have changed the way coreless furnaces are utilized in the foundry. Now, new HPD (high power density) systems provide faster melting, increased scheduling flexibility, and permit foundries to improve their product mix. As the leader in channel furnace technology, Ajax TOCCO continues to refine the design of their world famous Jet Flow inductor, breaking the 8000 kW barrier and allowing the successful start up of the largest


channel furnace in the world. Ajax Tocco Magnethermic 330-372-8574 www.ajaxtocco.com Booth 435, 437


Mössner Reich


Mössner offers unique solutions for the automated removal of aluminum gates and risers as well as casting finishing by combining the speed of a bandsaw and the accuracy of the CNC guidance system. Mössner offers a complete line of automated casting finishing cells including degate, derise, deflash and decoring equipment. Te 3 in 1 Decore cell offers superior flexibility and efficient


core removal. Mössner Reich 205-655-2121 www.reichcompanies.com Booth 418


Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic Corp.


Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic Corpo- ration is a world leading manufacturer of induction heating and melting equipment. Headquartered in Warren, Ohio, USA, Ajax TOCCO serves nine countries. Ajax TOCCO supports existing customers and captures new markets with technology innovations in the steel, pipe and tube, automotive,


foundry and forging industries. Ajax Tocco Magnethermic 330-372-8574 www.ajaxtocco.com Booth 435, 437


Tinker Omega Mfg.


Te VS line of shakeout decks can handle loads of up to 100-tons and provide throughputs up to 60-tons per hour. Used for separating the casting from the flask / mold, these decks are built to withstand the rigors and abuse of this phase of your casting production. Designed to work with supplemental attrition mills, we can provide indi- vidual components or complete, turn- key systems including engineering, site work and commissioning / maintenance


to meet your specific requirements. Tinker Omega Mfg. 937-322-2272 www.tinkeromega.com Booth 423


Tinker Omega Mfg.


Foundries know us best for our robust line of chemically-bonded sand mixers. From true rear-hinged doors to our revolutionary use of enhanced controls; we provide our customers with real savings. Our NexGen2™ controls can automatically adjust catalyst based on sand temperature; provides the easiest method of calibration on any standard mixer and can easily be upgraded with mass-flow resin pumps, our enhanced Smart-Gate automatic metering sand gates and even Auto-Path automated mixer path control. From the simple to the complex, Tinker Omega has the reputation of providing our customers


with the most value and dependability. Tinker Omega Mfg. 937-322-2272 www.tinkeromega.com Booth 423


Inductotherm Corp.


Whether you recycle, melt, alloy, refine, process, or cast precious met- als, including the Platinum Group Metals, Inductotherm builds the ideal melting system for your application. As the world’s leading manufacturer of induction melting equipment, we offer a complete line of clean and ef- ficient electric induction furnaces and


power supplies. Inductotherm Corp. 800-257-9527 www.inductotherm.com Booth 419


Gradmatic Equipment Inc.


Gradmatic Equipment provides an engineered control to meet or exceed OSHA’s PEL when lining coreless furnaces with silica refractory. Unin- terrupted forking produces a denser lining, longer lining life, fewer annual linings and cost savings. For more


information contact: Gradmatic Equipment Inc. 705-762-0945 www.gradmatic.com Booth 138


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