Casting alloys, Other Engineering

Casting Alloys are -

            (i) Permanent moulds are commonly used for the casting of grey iron, aluminum alloys and magnesium alloys.

            (ii) Slush Casting : Low melting point alloys like tin, lead and zinc base alloys are commonly used as casting materials in this process.

            (iii) Pressed Casting : This method used for ornamental casting only.

            (iv) Die Casting Alloys : A fairly wide range of non-ferrous metals and alloys can be die cast. The most common metals and their alloys employed for die casting are :

            Zinc, Al, Mg , Cu, lead and tin.

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