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Bottom pour ladle.

Rimrock Corporation's innovative bottom pour ladle is proven to produce superior castings at low scrap rates. The cup's unique design lessens hot metal leakage and enhances casting quality by minimizing oxides and reducing filling turbulence. One or more ceramic cups can be attached to the robot tool flange. Our bottom pour ladle provides maximum flexibility with the ability to receive metal from multiple furnaces and pour metal at various locations within the working envelope.


1700 Jetway Blvd., Columbus, OH 43219

614/471-5926 Fax: 614-471-7388 *

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Publication:Modern Casting
Date:Sep 1, 2006
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