With more than 150 years experience, Molten Metal Systems is the recognized leader worldwide in the supply of crucibles to non-ferrous metals industries.
Molten Metal Systems crucibles and foundry products provide melting solutions to foundries, die-casters and metal melting facilities covering melting applications that include zinc, precious metals, aluminium, copper/brass/bronze and other non-ferrous metals.
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Syncarb Z2 e2 is a premium quality hybrid ceramic bonded clay graphite crucible with a high silicon carbide and graphite content that is manufactured through an advanced iso-static pressing process.
This crucible features superior thermal conductivity over its entire operating temperature range, high mechanical strength, good shock and erosion resistance. These properties provide a durable and robust crucible with excellent performance characteristics in lower temperature environments. Click here for further information.
STARRBIDE crucibles are made from high quality tar-bonded silicon carbide.
These crucibles provide consistent performance for aluminum as well as for higher temperature alloys such as brass and bronzes and feature:
- Good thermal shock resistance
- Good resistance to attack by chemical treatment agents
- High mechanical strength
STARRBIDE crucibles are available in a comprehensive range of shapes and sizes to suit most end-user requirements. Custom sizes available by special request. Click here for more information.
EXCEL and HIMELT are high quality carbon-bonded silicon carbide crucibles manufactured using the latest roller-forming techniques and are designed to cater for a range of non-ferrous melting applications.
EXCEL: Intended for aluminium melting in oil-fired furnaces, melting copper-based alloys in gas and oil-fired furnaces, melting precious metals and non-ferrous alloys in low to medium frequency induction furnaces.
HIMELT: Provides enhanced performance in those applications where more arduous service conditions exist. For further information, click here.