Nov 132017
 

Low Production Die Castings Cost. Heating plates are mostly seen in the home and in laboratory equipment that need continuous heating or source of heat like chocolate fountains. Many manufacturers prefer producing heating plates using aluminum alloy because this alloy has thermal properties that are suitable to play the role of heating plates. Many manufacturers also use die casting in producing heating plates because they find it more convenient and economical to use as compared to other processes.

In die casting, aluminum is melted by exposing to extremely high temperature. When the metal is already melted, it will be injected in molds or dies to take the shape of the parts. Afterward, when the metal is already solidified, the parts or casts in the dies will be removed and will be slightly polished. The parts are near net shape, meaning they are produced as whole parts so joints will be avoided. This makes the pressure die casting more efficient because it produces stronger and more durable products unlike other processes like extrusion. In extrusion, the products produced are in cross section making the parts less durable as compared to die casting. Aside from this, heating plates do not need hollow parts like that of what will be produced in extrusion. Lastly, pressure die casting is much inexpensive than extrusion that is why many manufacturers use die casting instead of extrusion.

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Nov 092017
 

Why should you use Die Cast Heating Plates? Die Cast Heating Plates are used for many industrial purposes. Examples of their uses include the manufacture of toys, plumbing, cell phones, computers, automobiles, machines and kitchen metal parts. Unknown to many, die casting plates are used for almost every important thing in our day to day lives.

One good example of a Die Cast Heating Plate at work is a chocolate fountain. Chocolate fountains are often used in parties, receptions and other important events. The heater plate keeps the chocolate warm and flowing for several hours.

Generally, Aluminum Die Cast Heating Plates are favored by the general public, preferred by both in households and business establishments. Die casting offer better quality than by other manufacturing processes such as stamping, mold casting, forging and extrusion.

Why should you use Die Cast Heating Plates? The most obvious reason is that the metal used, aluminum, is one of the most copious metals on earth. Since aluminum supply is almost unlimited, the metal is affordable compared to other metals. It also has plenty of advantageous characteristics. It is lightweight, making the production process easier and faster. Its no surprise why many companies opt for this method compared to other more costly methods.

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Oct 022017
 

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Kinetic Die Casting Company (www.kineticdc.com) uses software to check Heat Sink Metal Flow into Mold or Die Casting Tooling. Aluminum Heat Sink for the lighting industry. Two cavity aluminum heat sink die casting molds. 818-982-9200 (music provided by YouTube)

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Kinetic Die Casting Company
E-mail sales@kineticdc.com / 818-982-9200 / 800-524-8083 Toll Free / 818-982-0877 Fax
6918 Beck Avenue, North Hollywood, California USA 91605,
Kineticdc makes:
Aluminum Heat Sinks
Automotive Die Casting Parts
Airplane Die Casting Parts
Light Fixture Die Casting Parts
Consumer Products Aluminum Parts
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Military Die Casting Parts
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May 152017
 

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Aluminum (Al) is the most abundant mineral on Earth after oxygen and silicon and is the most abundant metal found naturally on Earth. It is present in 270 minerals. Aluminum is a silver, soft metal with an atomic number of thirteen and thirteen protons in the nucleus. It constitutes about eight percent of the Earth’s land mass.

Aluminum (aka Aluminium) fun facts:

  1. Caution – Iodine and Aluminum powder plus a few drops of water create: Clouds of toxic purple iodine vapor and a flame.
  2. Recycling aluminum takes only 5 percent of the energy needed to extract new aluminum from ore.
  3. Aluminum is globally the most used metal that does not contain iron.
  4. Aluminum is almost always used as an alloy, even if the aluminum content is as high as 99%.
  5. The most commonly used elements to combine with aluminum to create an alloy are zinc, copper, silicon, magnesium, and manganese.
  6. This element is the second-most abundant metallic element in Earth’s crust after silicon.
  7. Aluminum is lightweight (a third the weight of steel or copper).
  8. That Coke can: According to the Aluminum Association, an aluminum can takes 60 days to return as a new can after recycling.
  9. Aluminum and its alloys are significantly used in the aerospace industry auto manufacturing and transportation, construction, packaging etc.
  10. Aluminum is also used as a compound to manufacturing paints, antacids, deodorants and are also used as a catalyst in explosives (such as ammonium nitrate) to boost explosive capabilities.
  11. Aluminum is a very reflective metal, which is very useful in home decor items such as aluminum blinds, aluminum fence, aluminum doors, aluminum windows etc.
  12. Keep vinegar and bleach away from your aluminum products.
  13. Aluminum parts when damp creates a white oxide that protects the aluminum surface but keeps paint from sticking.
  14. Aluminum is incredibly flexible enough that it can be easily formed into the tiniest of items such as paper clips, dial gauges etc.

I hope you enjoyed these fun facts about aluminum. More than 90% of our die casting production is in aluminum alloy parts.
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