Gravity Casting China

Gravity Casting China

Ram charan die Castings & Alloys is a leading manufacturers of Aluminium Gravity castings, Aluminum High pressure die casting, Aluminium sand castings in the China. Ram charan die Castings & Alloys produces Aluminium castings for a wide range of markets includes Switch gear industry, power transmission industry, heavy Electrical industry, Electronics, instruments and general industry and a lot more. Ram charan die Castings & Alloys has been established in the year 2005 at Hyderabad, Andhra pradesh. We are led under the able guidance of Mr.Narsimulu. who has with him extensive experience of industry. His ability of handling the involved operations and dedicated support of our team helps us to successfully meet the requirements of our customers in the engineering industry. We offer to our clients a wide range of gravity die castings, pressure die castings, sand casting component products that are available in both standard and customized version.

With 7 years of experience in Aluminium Gravity casting, we have the art of large scale mass production. Our highly innovative and technically skillful production team has always been focused on manufacturing highly efficient casting components and parts for various industry. Customer’s quality requirements are continuously increasing, pressure tight castings free from porosity is the order of the day. Our expertise in processes, ability to offer creative solutions, always meeting the timeline and offering the entire range of services have made us what we are today.

Our experience, technical expertise, superior equipment and enthusiasm will unable us to provide the close tolerances, minimum draft angles, good finish and high strength with the minimum wall thickness necessary, at the lowest cost. With the help of well developed infrastructure facility comprising of modern production machines, we successfully meet client’s requirements of effective and reliable range of gravity die casting based components. We also have all the requisite equipment that assists us in providing good finish, grinding, Buffing, machining in our products with a installed capacity of around 10mts per month, we have plan to further enhance it by another 10mts in the concern future. we are providing efficient and rust proof products to our clients.

Working as a prominent company we are very prone to satisfy our clients fully by providing optimum products and also providing customization on our products as per the client’s requirements. Our concern has been a long standing and fast growing since the beginning we are using highly excellent professionals along with latest technology and high tech machining at every step of production. Manufactured in different sizes and weights categories from 50 grams to 50 Kg castings.

We are the specialists in permanent mold casting(Gravity die casting) Sand casting typically have higher costs associated with piece price, but lower the tooling cost Permanent mold is of often thought of as the process somewhere in between sand casting and pressure die casting. Pressure die casting tooling can be expensive initially, but the piece price is low.

Gravity die castings is the most viable routs for the production of small to medium volume castings, which are uneconomical for the high pressure die casting process. All successful Aluminum casting applications begin with careful consideration of the product and manufacturing process. We have relevant expertise to make gravity die castings as per international standards adopted to produce industrial die castings. Variety and versatility in on foundry allow us to operate in an efficient and delivery focused fashion.

Services

We are expertise in
Grading ring (carona Ring) castings which are used in composite insulators.
Switch gear components
Electrical components
Pneumatic and hydraulic component
ISO corner castings.
Venturies
Gravity die casting components.
Aluminium die casting

Why us?

Utilizing our knowledge, expertise in the field of engineering castings and industrial castings, we have been able to provide our clients with highly sophisticated casting components. We have always tried our best to keep our esteemed clients as satisfied as possible with our high quality products & services.

Some of the key features that make us different than other are
wide range of products
superior quality raw material
Reliable delivery network
competitive price
customer focused approach
skilled work force
extensive industry knowledge

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Metal Casting

AQL Acceptable Quality Level. A quality level established on a prearranged system of inspection using samples selected at random.

As-cast condition Casting without subsequent heat treatment.

Backing sand The bulk of the sand in the flask. The sand compacted on top of the facing sand that covers the pattern.

Binder The bonding agent used as an additive to mold or core sand to impart strength or plasticity in a “green” or dry state. Read more

Mechanical Properties of Malleable Iron

The different grades of malleable iron are essentially the result of different heat treatments. Just as a medium carbon steel can be heat treated to a wide range in properties so can malleable iron, but malleable is even more versatile. The combined carbon content, on which heat treatment depends, can be adjusted from none, as when the microstructure is entirely ferritic, to that of a fully pearlitic structure. Read more

Mechanical Properties of Cast Carbon and Low Alloy Steels

For the purpose of this article, carbon steels are considered to be those steels in which carbon is the principal alloying element. Other elements that are present and that, in general, are required to be reported are manganese, silicon, phosphorous and sulfur. In a sense, all of these elements are residuals from the raw materials used in the manufacture of the steel, although the addition of manganese is often made during the steel making process to counter the deleterious effect of sulfur and silicon is added to aid in deoxidation. Read more

White and High Alloy Irons

An important group of alloyed irons that fall outside of the ordinary types of Alloy Die castings have been designated the white and high alloy irons, or the special irons. The high alloy irons are considered separately because their alloy content exceeds 3% and they cannot be produced by ladle additions to irons of otherwise standard compositions.

The high alloy irons are usually produced in foundries that are specially equipped to produce the highly alloyed compositions. These irons are often melted in electric arc or induction furnaces, which provide for precise control of composition and temperature. The high alloy irons are sold at premium prices and are expected to outperform ordinary compositions in applications that involve severe service conditions. The foundries that produce these irons may be equipped with heat treating furnaces and quenching equipment or cooling facilities to provide for the most economical use of alloys. Read more

Cast Copper Alloys

A Primer on Selecting Cast Copper Alloys

Traditionally, cast copper alloys were classified by a variety of systems including the ASTM letter-number designation based on nominal composition, by trade names, and by descriptive terms such as “ounce metal,” “Navy M” and so forth. However, with technological developments, new alloys were produced and existing alloys modified, making the old designation systems inadequate and misleading.

A new system was developed based on a precise description of the composition range for each alloy, which is now the accepted alloy designation system used in North America for cast copper and copper alloy products. Originally developed as a three digit system by the copper and brass industry, the designations have now been expanded to five digits that follow a prefix letter “C,” and have been made part of the Unified Numbering System (UNS) for Metals and Alloys. The UNS is managed jointly by the American Society for Testing and Materials, and the Society of Automotive Engineers. Read more

Aluminium Casting

A Basic Guide to Choosing Aluminum Casting Alloys Part 2

Alloys 319.0, A319.0, B319.0 & 320.0
Alloys 319.0 and A319.0 exhibit very good castability, weldability, pressure tightness and moderate strength. They are very stable alloys (i.e., their good casting and mechanical properties are not affected seriously by fluctuations in the impurity content). Alloys B319.0 and 320.0 show higher strength and hardness than 319.0 and A319.0 and are generally used with the permanent mold casting process. Characteristics other than strength and hardness are similar to those of 319.0 and A319.0. Read more

Aluminum Casting Alloys

The mechanical properties of alumi- num casting alloys are obtainable only if the chemical and heat treating specifications are followed carefully. It should be noted that the properties obtained from one particular combination of casting alloy, foundry practice and thermal treatment may not necessarily be identical to those achieved with the same alloy in a different foundry or with a different thermal treating source. In all aluminum casting alloys, the percentages of alloying elements and impurities must be controlled carefully. If they are not, characteristics such as soundness, machinability, corrosion resistance and conductivity are affected adversely. Read more

Mechanical Properties of Compacted Graphite Iron

    Compacted graphite iron is a fairly recent addition to the family of commercially produced aluminum casting irons. Its characteristics are intermediate to those of the gray and ductile irons. As in gray iron, the graphite in CG iron is in the form of interconnected flakes. This facilitates the production of sound castings, especially those of complex shape or with intricately cored passages. However, the relatively short span and blunted edges of CG graphite provides improved strength, some ductility, and a better machined finish than gray iron. Read more

Mechanical Properties of Cast Iron

Ductile iron is characterized by having all of its graphite occur in microscopic spheroids. Although this graphite constitutes about 10% by volume of ductile iron, its compact spherical shape minimizes the effect on mechanical properties. The graphite in commercially produced ductile iron is not always in perfect spheres. It can occur in a somewhat irregular form, but if it is still chunky as Type II in ASTM Standard A247, the properties of the iron will be similar to cast iron with spheroidal graphite. Of course, further degradation can influence mechanical properties. The shape of the graphite is established when the metal solidifies, and it cannot be changed in any way except by remelting the metal.  Read more