Overview Of
Continuous Casting

Continuous cast shapes are produced by introducing molten metal into a vertical or horizontal mold that has the ability to rapidly chill the metal to the point of solidification. The rapid chilling in the mold ensures a fine, uniform grain structure in the solidified metal with higher physical properties than sand castings. Once solidified, the cast-shaped bar is cut to the desired length.

The most common continuous casting shapes produced are tubes and solids. However, other continuous casting shapes such as square, rectangular, hexagonal, and many other irregular shapes can also be produced to match a desired finished part profile.


1. Low Energy Consumption (about 400kWh/tonne)

2. High Production Rate (up to 5 ton/h)

3. Refined Grain Characteristics.

4. Sheets casting width up to 650mm.

5. Sheet casting thickness up to 18mm.

6. Profiles that can be cast: Sheets, Rods, Tubes.

7. Operator-friendly Interface.

8. Precise Control of Withdrawal Cycles.

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