Ceramic Shell materials

Ceramic shell materials for precision and art foundries. Binders, flour and sanding from fused to zirconium


    • Remet  Adbond Advantage

    Adbond Advantage

    € 25,50 € 21,07 Excl. tax

    Remasol Adbond Advantage has an increased adhesion to wax surfaces making it an ideal primary binder. A ready to use solution, optimised for the best performance.


    • Remet  Burst RSD 100

    Burst RSD 100

    € 19,95 € 16,49 Excl. tax

    Burst 100 Antifoam provides outstanding performance under many different conditions. It is compatible with a wide variety of wetting agents, and can tolerate both alkaline and acidic binder systems.


    • Remet  Fused Silika LHT  Flour & Sand

    Fused Silika LHT Flour & Sand

    € 59,95 € 49,55 Excl. tax

    Good quality fused silica for High thermal stability and low thermal expension. Results in a somewhat flexible shell, better aible to withstand cracks.


    • Remet  Jus-Dip ™ ready-to-use slurry

    Jus-Dip ™ ready-to-use slurry

    € 425,- € 351,24 Excl. tax

    Ready to use instantly! Remove the lid and stir. Your slurry is now ready for use, as Jus-Dip doesn’t need to be constantly stirred you can dip directly from the container. After use the slurry can simply be stored away.


    • Remet  Remasil 50 Aluminosilicate Refractory Flour & Sand

    Remasil 50 Aluminosilicate Refractory Flour & Sand

    € 39,95 € 33,02 Excl. tax

    With Remasil 50 you can produce investment casting shells of excellent refractoriness and high temperature stability, at an incredibly economical rate.


Ceramic Shell materials

The ceramic shell method is a lost wax method (other combustible products can also be used)

The ceramic shell method is a proven technique that has been used in precision foundries for many years.

The ceramic shell is increasingly used in art foundries and is now often used alongside the chamotte method.

The method consists of a slurry made from a binding fluid and a flour and a sanding material. A shell is built up in a few hours to days by dipping and adding stucco multiple times.

The resulting shell can be burned in 2 hours, which saves a lot of energy compared to the plaster / chamotte method.


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