Vertical Casting Machine Price

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Vertical casting machine price is determined by factors such as raw materials and project production line.

Vertical continuous casting refers to the type of continuous steel casting in which the entire process of casting and slab solidification is carried out in a vertical state.

The vertical continuous casting machine has the characteristics of uniform cooling of the billet and good symmetry of the solidification structure.

Vertical continuous casting structure features:

Usually, the process equipment such as crystallizer, two-cooled close-arranged clamping section, billet drawing equipment and cut-to-length cutting are arranged in the vertical direction.

Arrangement: The cutting equipment from the tundish pouring knife is on the same straight line, and the entire equipment is located on the ground or underground.


1 Small footprint, compact equipment, high temperature billet without bending deformation

2 Non-metallic inclusions and air bubbles in the molten steel are easy to float up, the molten steel is

relatively clean, and the inclusions left in the billet are evenly distributed

3 High-temperature billets have no bending deformation, and there are few cracks on the surface or inside of the billets

4 Suitable for the production of high-quality steel, alloy steel, and steel types that are dry to cracks


Vertical Casting Machine Price

*Vertical continuous casting machine is easy to produce small section billet;

*No bending straightening deformation, uniform cooling, less cracks;

*Inclusions tend to float up.


High equipment and high construction costs;

The static pressure of molten steel is large, which is easy to produce belly;

Slow pulling speed and low production efficiency.

Scope of Application:

High quality steel or extra large sections. Such as high-purity steel, high-alloy steel, high S/P steel, etc.; extra-thick slab, super large round billet / square billet.

The specific vertical casting machine price requires you to determine your own needs, raw materials, production lines, output, etc., so that the manufacturer can provide you with an optimal solution.