Ceramic modelling is a critical phase in the metal casting process. Two stages characterise this delicate important process.
STAGE 1: The standard forms are immersed in tanks containing various refractory binders: A a computerised robot device repeats this operation about 6 or 7 times with defined time intervals.
On completion of STAGE 1, a STANDARD FORM covered with a resistant ceramic shell is obtained.
STAGE 2: the resulting standard forms are placed in vertical rotary cabins where the refractory grit is allowed to fall onto STANDARD FORM surface, thus adhering to it.