Melting and Holding Furnaces
We can supply a series of related equipment to aluminum smelting and casting factory or aluminum alloy melting plant. We are capable to custom-made furnace according to our customers' preference no matter fixed or tilting melting and holding furnace, or furnaces fueled by natural gas, LPG, diesel, or heavy crude oil.
Fixed melting and holding furnace mainly used in smelting of aluminum alloy or heat preservation for molten aluminum as it has good sealing property.
Fixed melting and holding furnace can perform combustion with four types of fuel such as natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, heavy oil and diesel. The furnace body is fixed and non-movable. It has straight furnace door indicating the door can be moved vertically which is convenient and easy to use. Slanting furnace door indicates the door does not lift or lower vertically but it is shut tightly sorely by the weight of the furnace door. This helps to reduce the heat energy lost.
This model of furnace uses regenerative burner system as burner which emits 90% and above of the waste gas after heat exchanges through the regenerative bed. Other waste gas emitted via conventional exhaust channel which saves energy.
Tilting melting and holding furnace mainly used in smelting of aluminum alloy or heat preservation for molten aluminum.
This furnace type consists of fixed rectangle furnace or circle furnace equipped with tilting device. The furnace is tilted with hydraulic cylinder after the completion of the melting process to allow the molten metal to flow into the static furnace. It can be designed into single side tilting or double side tilting, mainly consists of external steel shell, internal refractory lining, furnace door, furnace door lifting and clamping mechanism and combustion system. This melting furnace has four combustion types such as burning with natural gas, LPG, heavy oil and diesel. The burner of this furnace adopts regenerative burner system which emits 90% and above of the waste gas after heat exchange through the regenerative bed. The remaining waste gas is emitted directly via the conventional exhaust channel and it is energy saving.