About Dalian Horton

HORTON Group, with more than 25 years experience in Metallurgy field, is dedicated to supplying top quality products in the Steel and Foundry Industry. Horton could provide quality products, expert technical support and high level of service for the customers worldwide. HORTON offers solution service for steel and Metallurgy industry. The main products we can offer include:Graphite Electrodes, Special Graphite Products, Various Refractory Bricks, Monolithic Refractory, Stopper Rods, Ladle Shroud, Nozzels, Casting Rolls for Rolling Mill, Tungsten Carbide Rings and Composite Rolls, Ceramic Rolls, Various type of Bearings, Casting and Mechanical Components, Special Casting Sands (Ceramsite), Investment Casting etc.All our products are manufactured to meet stringent ISO requirements. We have successfully cooperated with a large number of customers at home and abroad. We, wholeheartedly welcome friends of related fields from all over the world to contact with us. Your production need have been our first priority. We are proud to place our expertise, our skill and our facility at your service. Our ultimate goal is the pursuit of your satisfaction!
Centrifugal casting is a process that delivers castings of very high material soundness, and thus is the technology of choice for applications like jet engine compressor cases, petrochemical furnace tubes, many military products, and other high-reliability applications.

In the centrifugal casting process, molten metal is poured into a spinning die. The die can be spinning either on a vertical or horizontal axis depending on the configuration of the desired part. Ring and cylinder type shapes are cast vertically; tubular shapes are made with the horizontal centrifugal process. Either process may be used to produce multiple parts from a single casting.  External structures and shaping can be cast in place to significantly reduce post-processing including machining or fabrication.  

Because of the high g-forces applied to the molten metal in the spinning die, less dense material, including impurities, “floats” to the I.D. where it is subsequently removed by machining. Solidification is managed directionally under pressure, from the O.D. to the I.D., avoiding any mid-wall shrinkage, leaving a defect-free structure without cavities or gas pockets.