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Casting
 
Upcast Process
 
When a water cooled graphite die is immersed in a bath of molten copper to a certain depth, the metallostatic pressure forces the liquid copper into the die cavity where it solidifies. As the solidified segment is drawn upwards by a pinch roll and stepping mechanism, molten metal fills the die cavity resulting in continuously cast rod.
 
   Advantages :
 
•  Oxygen free copper
•  Absence of inclusion
•  Excellent drawability to very fine wire sizes
•  High conductivity
•  Excellent resistance to hydrogen embrittlement
 
       
  DIP Form Process
  Upcast Process
Drawing
Continuous Extrusion
Insulation