What is centrifugal casting?Centrifugal Casting is the process in which molten metal is poured into a spinning die that rotates at several hundred rpm. The metal is centrifugally spun towards the inside die wall, where it cools and solidifies. The resulting casting is a fine grain tube that can be subsequently machined to produce a variety of cylindrical parts. During the centrifuging process, the pure metal is spun to outside of the casting, leaving any impurities on the inside diameter, which are then machined away. The centrifugal process produces a more consistent microstructure and typically has fewer issues with porosity than static casting. Centrifugal steel castings, iron castings, and nickel alloy castings are used extensively in the automotive, power generation, petrochemical, oil & gas, mining, and drilling markets. As centrifugal casting is a form of die casting, the tooling expense associated with sand casting or investment casting is largely eliminted. Qiangxin centrifugal casting process is often the most cost effective technology for producing very high quality ring, tube and cylindrical shaped castings with exceptional material properties and soundness, similar to forgings. Cost savings are achieved by casting close to the finish dimensions of a part resulting in better material yields and less machining time by not having to remove large amounts of stock. For parts that need a higher guarantee of quality and soundness, centrifugal casting is the best option.