The vacuum casting process puts Aurora ahead of the pack when considering sourcing for brass and bronze impellers.
Through the use of the Vacuum Cast Process, along with superior quality and service, Aurora continues to increase
its share of the available open and enclosed shrouded impeller market.
Tooling required for the vacuum process consists of a steel vacuum die and permanent core equipment of either the straight blade or back stripping francis blade design. Aurora's policy for their vacuum die is a one-time only cost to the customer with all maintenance and replacement, when necessary, the responsibility of Aurora Metals.
Advantages of the vacuum casting process for impeller production.
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