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Connecticut, highlighted its sustain- ability report. Unimin has evolved from a supplier of raw materials to one driven by technology that brings engineered solutions to customers in numerous different fields.


Permanent Mold Machines LPM Group, Bovolenta, Italy,


promoted its low pressure permanent mold casting equipment, its automated gravity casting cells, and its tooling and corebox capabilities.


Tooling


Dynomax Inc., Wheeling, Illinois, exhibited its production tooling and core capabilities at CastExpo. Its design, tooling and mold building is done in-house to custom specifications. It has a variety of tool steel and tight tolerances.


Mold Consumables Foseco, Brook Park, Ohio, displayed


its proprietary consumable products and solutions to the global foundry industry. As part of the Vesuvius corporate family, Foseco's offering now includes flow control and refractory products for melting and metal transfer applications in the foundry.


Core Setting Hunter Foundry Machinery Corpo-


ration, Schaumburg, Illinois, show- cased its external coresetter. Te mold indexer operates using a Geneva drive mechanism powered by a pneumatic rotary actuator, and each transfer pallet


utilizes mold lock pins that maintain the drag mold, bottom board and pallet alignment during movement in and out of the machine.


Patternmaking


Maumee Pattern Co., Toledo, Ohio, highlighted its patternmaking capa- bilities at CastExpo. Te shop utilizes CNC and EDM tooling technology for complex casting and tooling design and manufacture.


Core Shooter


LaempeReich, Trussville, Alabama, highlighted coremaking equipment, such as its premium LHL core shooter series with top-of-the-range quick cycle times. Utilizing energy-optimized hy- draulics and servo drives, the automatic core shooters meet the most challenging core production requirements.


Core Removal System Jenfab, Berlin, Connecticut, shared


its new nondestructive core removal system, the VCC-FSR Series which performs complete removal of sand and core debris from internal sec- tions and passages of castings. It is a nondestructive process that eliminates the possibility of casting damage. It provides a clean atmosphere for core removal without the noise of core knockout machines. Operators are not in close proximity to smoke, fumes, sand or airborne particulates typical in pneumatic hammer core removal processes.


Core Machine Roberts Sinto Corp., Lansing,


Michigan, exhibited its CDRX vertical parting shell core machine. It achieves higher density by using aeration tech- nology. It is easy to maintain, compact and energy efficient.


Shell Sand Resin Fairmount Santrol, Benton Harbor,


Michigan, highlighted its Technisand Phenolic Novalic Resin for shell sand coating. Te resin is ideal for produc- tion of ferrous and nonferrous alloys and provides high core and mold strength during pouring as well as excellent decomposition profiles.


Nobake Resin Fairmount Santrol’s new nobake resin,


Epsilon-SD, is a three part phenolic ure- thane nobake (PUNB) resin system that significantly reduces VOCs and HAPs compared to conventional PUNB systems with higher strengths. It requires no new investment in equipment or changes in production practices and can be used with new or reclaimed sand.


Molding System Palmer Manufacturing & Supply


Inc., Springfield, Ohio, displayed a Universal Molding Machine (UMM) Station built for Dakota Foundry, Webster, South Dakota, at CastExpo. Palmer designed UMMs for high production nobake molding at low capital costs, making them attractive to jobbing foundries. Available in a two-station or six-station version, the Palmer UMM produces molds without a rollover and can accept both green sand and nobake tooling.


Nobake Binder ASK Chemicals, Dublin, Ohio,


showed a swing arm knuckle that Blackhawk de Mexico produced using the Pep Set nobake binder system. Te Pep Set system is known for its quality and controllable curing reactions. Te Quantum series can be used to achieve lower smoke emissions and odor during pouring, cooling, shakeout and mixing.


Inorganic Binder Attendees check out equipment on display at CastExpo. 46 | MODERN CASTING May 2016


ASK Chemicals also displayed a BMW N20 cylinder head produced


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