• CALCIUM SILICON : Used as deoxidizer on the melting process
  • Carbide : A compound of carbon with one or more metallic elements.
  • Carbon : Element occurring as diamond and as graphite. Carbon reduces many metals from their oxides when heated with the latter, and small amounts of it greatly affect the properties of iron. Though classed as a nonmetallic, metallurgically, like boron, it is treated as a metal.
  • CARBON LOW SULPHUR : One of the carbon enhancer melting material which sulphur’s level/amount is moderately low, usually used for FCD melting process
  • CARBON MEDIUM SULPHUR : One of carbon enhancer melting materials which has a moderate level/amount of sulphur, usually used for the FC melting process
  • CARBURISER : As Carbon additive to increase carbon content of steel
  • CARBURISER CP 500 LN : Very low nitrogen’s content carbon enhancer melting material
  • CASTING : In metalworking, casting involves pouring liquid metal into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then allowing it to cool and solidify.
  • CERAMIC FOAM FILTER : Used for filtering sludge and shaping a kind of flux that used to be installed on the sand mold; Also the filter’s size is usually be differentiated by the PPI instance
  • CHAMMOTE FLOUR : Used as one of the molding material for the investment casting process
  • CHAMMOTE SAND : Used as one of the molding material for the investment casting process
  • COAL DUST : A certain kind of carbon powder that used with bentonite in green sand molding process. This carbon usually used to shaping smooth casting surface
  • Core Sand : Sand for making cores to which a binding material has been added to obtain good cohesion and permeability after drying. Usually low in clays.
  • Crucible : A ceramic pot or receptacle made of materials such as graphite or silicon carbide, with relatively high thermal conductivity, bonded with clay or carbon, and used in melting metals; sometimes applied to pots made of cast iron, steel, or wrought steel.
  • Crucible Furnace : A furnace that melts metals in a refractory crucible. The furnace is typically fueled with coke, oil, gas or electricity.