Molten metal is poured into a cold shot chamber. A high-pressure single plunger forces metal into the single or multi-die cavity.
A gooseneck hot chamber is submerged in a pot of molten metal. Metal is injected directly from the pot via the gooseneck.
Produce very large light-alloy parts, in high volumes with great speeds.
light alloy parts with high precision, superior surface finish, excellent uniformity with optimum mechanical properties.
produce components within walls and an integral part with different types of insert, such as screws and liners
high pressure die casting technology is ideal for the production of a diverse range of aluminum and magnesium automotive castings such as engine blocks, gearbox casings, oil sumps, engine mounts, and structural parts like cross-car beams.
Also widely used in other sectors to manufacture components in applications that range from the simplest – a lighting component – to the most demanding, such as aerospace engine parts.