CIREX FOUNDRY

LOST WAX INVESTMENT CASTING SPECIALIST

CIREX is one of the largest steel-casting companies in the world and casts using the “lost wax” method. With this method, lost wax castings can be produced with a high degree of dimensional accuracy and complex shapes. This method also provides engineers with a significant degree of product design freedom and choice of materials. Your specific desires and requirements can be incorporated in the cast pieces.

CIREX Foundry NL

At the knowledge centre and headquarters in Almelo, a team of specialist engineers, product developers, metallurgists …

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CIREX Foundry CZ

For the production of smaller series of complex steel components, CIREX has set up a modern lost- wax model foundry in the Czech Republic …

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CIREX Finishing CZ

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The cast components from the foundries in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic are finished at this location according to the customer-specific …

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CIREX Finishing SK

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The cast components from the foundries in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic are finished at this location in Slovakia according to …

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CASTINGS APPLICATIONS

CIREX castings are applied in the automotive and aeroplane industry, pharmaceutical and food industry, process technology and machine construction all over the world. Renowned manufacturers use castings that have been cast in the CIREX foundries. These components are for example used in motors, gearboxes, paintmixers, balers and hydraulic transmissions.

LOST WAX INVESTMENT CASTING PROCESS

This production method is also known as precision casting and is one of the oldest casting techniques. It is often utilized because it has the following advantages:

  • Complex shapes can be cast as a single component;
  • Products with undercuts can be cast;
  • Machining costs are significant reduced;
  • A draft angle is not required;
  • Precise tolerances are achieved;
  • Surface quality is extremely high;
  • Last but not least, almost any steel alloy can be cast