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"Pinholes / blowholes in aluminum casting components"



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"Casting Aluminum"
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January 9, 2022

Q. My name is srikanth from Hyderabad India. We are manufacturing gravity die castings. In our castings we're getting pin holes and blows and facing more problems. All castings are rejected by third party. What should we do? Give your suggestion.

Srikanth Hyderabad
- Hyderabad Telangana
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Closely related Q&A's, oldest first:

2004

Q. We are facing a problem of pinholes / blisters after painting on an aluminum component which is made by Gravity die casting. This component as such has blowholes and pinholes. To cover / hide these defects we are applying putty. This in turn causes blisters. Pinholes are observed after painting with or without putty application. What is the solution to overcome the problem of pinholes / blowholes / blisters? Also note that these defects are not observed on any other aluminum components.

Bhalajee Pakkiri
captive paint shop - Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
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2004

A. Vacuum impregnation will solve the problem.

jeffrey holmes
Jeffrey Holmes, CEF
Spartanburg, South Carolina
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2004

A. 1 ) Are pinholes are visible in bare metal (I think not)?

2 ) What painting process you are doing and what kinda paint you are using (solid or metallic, if metallic then are you using clear lacquer also?

3 ) Is your component passing through a water drying oven before going to painting both? If yes then what temperature you are maintaining there.(100° C or more)?

Manish Dhyani
- New Delhi
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"Effect Of Geometry On Quality Of Casting In Gravity Casting Process"
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January 11, 2011

Q. We also have a similar problem of blow holes and resulting leakage from the cast aluminium container we are making.The wall thickness of our container in only 5 mm, hence leakages are a serious problem.
Can soaking the job in lacquer and drying an option, or will only vacuum impregnation help.
Sharad
New Delhi

SHARAD KM
- Delhi, India
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July 4, 2011

A. I have a solution,
by reading your problem I think that you will have to provide a vent in micro milimeter in upper half die and give the proper dimension of gate & riser of moulding system.

Sachin Patel
student - Baroda, Gujrat, India
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May 8, 2012

A. Dear Sir,

Air vent is the first step, frequency of degassing the metal to be increased.

The die temperature to be raised.

mutharasu.t
- hosur, tamilnadu and india
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"The Technology of Gravity Die Casting"
by Harocopos & Fisher
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July 5, 2013

Q. Spray gun (aluminium rough casting) inside came the blowhole (1 mm to 2 mm); then how will the blowhole be arrested?

K. Sasi Kumar
- Tamil Nadu, India
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July 16, 2019

Q. How to arrest gate Sera blowholes

G arivu alagan
Diecasting - Bangalore Karnataka India
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July 2019

A. Hi G Arivu. I've never heard of "Sera blowholes", and you submitted the same question 5 times so I don't think it's a typo ... and I can't think of what word it was supposed to be if a typo :-(

What comments or data can you offer in response to the many suggestions previously offered or are they irrelevant to your situation? Thanks.

Regards,

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