Block Mold Investments

High Temperature Investments

780 Investment
780 investment is ideal for casting to the high quality standards of today’s industrial market. 780 investment is recommended for casting platinum, stainless steel and other alloys cast above 2200°F (1200°C). Casters like the consistent results obtained with this investment. Using 780 investment results in fin-free castings with meticulous reproduction of detail and excellent surface finish.

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Low Temperature Investments


Industrial Mold 2

910 Investment
910 investment is a calcium sulphate bonded investment which contains silica, fiberglass, and specially graded refractories. This investment has been formulated to have sufficient fluidity to help eliminate air entrapment, and eliminate water marking defects. High green strength and good thermal shock properties of this investment make it well-suited for use with castings that have troublesome cores.
910 investment is specially formulated for aluminum, copper based alloys, other low temperature alloys and glass.

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965 Investment
965 investment is a calcium sulphate bonded investment containing silica as well as specially selected and graded refractory materials; providing 965 investment with good core strength and excellent thermal shock properties. 965 investment is a good general use investment for both large and small casting applications. It can be used with vacuum assist or vacuum chamber casting. 965 investment is specially formulated for aluminum and copper based alloys.

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R&R® Rancast™ Investment
R&R RANCAST investment is an economical, industrial-grade investment specifically designed for the production of non-ferrous artwork. This calcium sulfate bonded investment containing cristobalite, fiberglass and various specially graded refractories provides exceptional detail reproduction with superior mold strength. R&R RANCAST investment is successfully employed from small to very large molds using standard methods of investing for conventional solid mold lost wax casting.

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