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EQUIPMENT FOR SALE


CUPOLA EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENT


LOCATED AT SPARTA FOUNDRY IN SPARTA, WI


INCLUDES:Schust Engineering Emmissions Water Quench System, New 1994, Updated 1999! Cools Cupola Exhaust Gasses to Under 500 Degrees F, 21,500 CFM Throughout, Max. Inlet Temp. 1800 Deg. F, Water Flow Required 40 GPM @45 PSI, Quench Chamber Dimensions - Top Inlet 4’4” Dia., Main Cylinder of Chamber 19’ x 10’ Dia., Top Cone 2’9” Tall, Bottom Cone 7’ Tall, Exit Duct to Baghouse 3’2” Dia., Cupola Afterburner Controls New 1999, Package Includes: Weishaupt Burners, Model G5-1D ZMD, 460/3/60, Modulating Burner (4-20mA input), Integrated Combustion Blower, Control Panel, 1” Gas Train, Natural Gas, 3 MM BTU/hr., Eclipse Burner Model TJ 300 Thermjet Burner W/Alloy Flame Tube, 3 MM BTU/hr., Eclipse Model 116 BV (4” Butterfly Valve)for Combustion Air & Model 108 BV (2” Manual Butterfly Valve)for Natural Gas


Modern Equipment Controls for the Entire Cupola Emmision System, New 1998


For Additional Information, Inspection, & Pricing call or e mail WORLD EQUIPMENT & MACHINE SALES CO.


www.foundry-eqpt.com CONSULTANTS


PERMANENT MOLD TECHNOLOGIES— Consulting engineers and metallurgists, spe- cializing in copper-based and aluminum alloys metallurgy, sand, permanent mold, low pres- sure die casting, vacuum die-casting and semi- continuous casting processes. Feasibility study, market research, plant layout, tooling and casting design, training and troubl shooting. Contact: Kirit Dave at Ph: 630/699-9239 or E-mail: info@permanentmoldtech.com


CONTRACT ENGINEER-FOUNDRY/QUALITY/MET- ALLURGICAL ENGINEERING. Will provide solutions to specific acute or long term chronic problems. Process Review, Scrap Reduction, Corrective / Preventive Actions and follow-up. Quality system review, audit, and upgrade. Contact: DS&D Cast Solutions, Inc., Pelham, AL, 205/663-0272 or info@dsdcast.com


B.S. Metallurgy, Inc. Al and Mg Consulting Metal Brokerage Services Rob Bailey, President


(440)519-1745 marty@foundry-eqpt.com CONSULTANTS SOLIDIFICATION MODELING


Solidification modeling for ductile iron. Optimize your gate and risering system to minimize production costs, and scrap. Get it right the first time for a low price. Let us be your in house solidification modeler


at a fraction of the cost of software ownership. We use MAGMA5 software.


Solid Solutions


651-336-4318 - dmbull@comcast.net www.solidsolutionsforfoundries.com


Over 30 Years of Experience


In Operations, Management, Equipment and Projects


Engineering ● Layout/Flow ● Lean Mfg. Proj- ects ● Process ● SPC ● Audits


Marketing ● Trade Shows ● Growth Plans Sales/ Networks ● Product Launch ● Casting Sourcing


CASTING CONCEPTS, LLC Kevin Crawford


AFS Corporate Member 920/686-6000 • FAX: 920/686-3898


bsmetallurgy@cs.comwww.bsmetallurgy.com …because metallurgy is basic and simple…


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kevin@castingconcepts.com www.castingconcepts.com


205.960.0486 www.afsinc.org


The site for all the details on AFS Services, events, conferences and much more!


CONSULTANTS


BERNER FOUNDRY CONSULTANTS—Install- ingnewequipment?Highscrappercentages?Sandout ofcontrol?Environmentregulationsworryingyou?With 40years specializing inFoundrySet-Up,ScrapReduc- tion,SandControl,andEnvironmentalConcerns,Berner Foundry Consultants can solve your problems. C. A. Bud Berner, PO Box 176, Sauk City, WI 53583. Ph: 608/643-0449 Fax: 608/644-1100. E-mail: bernerfdryconsultants@charter.net


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