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Ind CC 100 Induction Cold Crucible Furnace and Casting Module

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Top Viewport of the IND CC 100 Induction Cold Crucible Melting Furnace and Casting Module
Top Viewport of the IND CC 100 Induction Cold Crucible Melting Furnace and Casting Module

The Arcast Inc Induction Cold Crucible Melter offers the ability to melt, cast and rapidly solidify metal alloys of nominal 100 gram mass, using a clean ceramic free cold crucible process. The process, also known as CCLM (cold crucible levitation melting) or CCIM (cold crucible induction melting), inables a reactive alloy to be fully melted and alloyed in one melt cycle. It also allows this to be done in a vacuum or a flowing atmosphere. It offers you the ability to melt and alloy metals at over 3000 Deg. C, such as titanium alloys, memory alloys and bulk amorphous glass alloys. The furnace is enclosed in a vacuum chamber and offers many standard options.

The standard options include:

There are also two vacuum options: medium (1E-2 mbar) and high (5E-6 mbar). All options are design for quick cycle times and user friendly operation. The intended use for the Induction Cold Crucible Melter is to allow metallurgists and technicians to alloy reactive or nonreactive metals, and cast these alloys with the least running and capital costs, while maintaining a high engineering standard.

Specifications     Requirements
Capacity: 100g Nominal   Electrical: Requires 3-Phase Power
Crucible/Hearth: Copper Water Cooled     208 – 520 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Chamber: Quartz, copper and stainless     60kVA
Induction Coil: 50-150kHz   Water: 20 lpm below 30 deg. C.
Melt Temperature: Over 3000 Deg C.   Gas: Argon or other inert gas
Arcast Ind CC 100 Induction Cold Crucible Melting Furnace and Casting Module
Drawing of the Ind cc100 induction furnace