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A Brief Introduction To Calcium Silicon Cored Wire

Date: Mar 5th, 2024
Calcium silicate cored wire (CaSi Cored Wire) is a type of cored wire used in steelmaking and casting applications. It is designed to introduce precise amounts of calcium and silicon into molten steel to aid in deoxidation, desulphurization and alloying. By promoting these critical reactions, cored wire improves the quality, cleanliness and mechanical properties of the steel.

Application of calcium silicon cored wire
Calcium silicate cored wire is widely used in steelmaking and casting industries.

Steel production: Calcium silicate cored wire is mainly used for deoxidation and desulfurization of molten steel, improving the cleanliness of molten steel and improving mechanical properties. It is used in primary steelmaking processes (such as electric arc furnaces) and secondary refining processes (such as ladle metallurgy).

Foundry Industry: Cored wire is used to produce high quality castings by ensuring proper deoxidation, desulphurization and alloying of the molten metal.

In addition, the wire allows for precise alloying, helping to produce specialty steels with the desired chemical composition.

Calcium silicon cored wire production process
Raw material selection: We carefully select high-quality calcium silicate powder and comply with strict industry standards.

Mixing and Encapsulation: The powder is precisely mixed and encapsulated within a steel sheath to protect the active elements during handling and transportation.

Drawing: The encapsulated mixture is then drawn into fine strands, ensuring even distribution and stability.

Quality Control: Strict quality control measures are implemented throughout the production process to ensure the performance and reliability of calcium silicon cored wire.