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Air Products’ gas blanketing systems can help prevent metal oxidation during melting, which can help you reduce alloy costs and improve melt cleanliness and quality. If you want to boost production, our oxy-fuel systems can provide supplemental heating to rapidly melt the charge. The best solution for your process depends on many factors, such as your induction furnace’s operating parameters, goals and the current market conditions. Our applications engineers can help you implement tailored systems to meet your specific needs.

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Nitrogen

Nitrogen, like argon, can provide a barrier to oxidation of the melt surface. For alloys that are not sensitive to nitrogen pick-up, nitrogen can be a very cost effective gas to blanket melt surfaces.

Nitrogen, like argon, can provide a barrier to oxidation of the melt surface. For alloys that are not sensitive to nitrogen pick-up, nitrogen can be a very cost effective gas to blanket melt surfaces.

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Inert Gas Blanketing Systems

Our patented vortex sprayer or swirl cone technologies can help you blanket your melt and prevent metal oxidation and gas pick-up by displacing the atmospheric oxygen and water vapour with a dry and inert argon or nitrogen atmosphere.  By reducing metal oxidation, our proprietary technologies can help you reduce alloy costs and improve melt cleanliness and quality--resulting in less rework and scrap. Also, less slag often means less damage to the furnace liner and crucible which can lower costs over time. With our blanketing technologies, you may be able to use 50% less gas than conventional molten metal blanketing techniques. Our applications engineers can determine which blanketing technology and type of inert gas should be the most effective and economical for your operation.

Our patented vortex sprayer or swirl cone technologies can help you blanket your melt and prevent metal oxidation and gas pick-up by displacing the atmospheric oxygen and water vapour with a dry and inert argon or nitrogen atmosphere.  By reducing metal oxidation, our proprietary technologies can help you reduce alloy costs and improve melt cleanliness and quality--resulting in less rework and scrap. Also, less slag often means less damage to the furnace liner and crucible which can lower costs over time. With our blanketing technologies, you may be able to use 50% less gas than conventional molten metal blanketing techniques. Our applications engineers can determine which blanketing technology and type of inert gas should be the most effective and economical for your operation.

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