Continuous and systematic monitoring of the die cast process to increase productivity of the HPDC cell up to a 20% by avoiding deviations in the process.
Thermal stability of the process thanks to a self balancing approach, able to distinguish between a long term and short-term tempering units.
Longer die life: around 30% increase in life by reducing thermal shocks, through optimized internal and external cooling.
Improved quality casting defects with through reduced optimized lubrication and heating or cooling of the die with consequent reduction of scrap rate after machining up to 25%.
Scrap reduction in HPDC processes above all for structural castings from current 25% to 5% which mean less re-melting rate, overuse of energy and high competitiveness on the structural market.
Significant scrap reduction. In a field with continually growing die and material changes, improved quality and reduced start-up scrap results in lower energy use for remelt and higher productivity for more competitiveness in the demanding structural casting market.