21st June 2023: Die Casting Dross – Strategies to Reduce and Recycle
All non-ferrous casting operations produce a percentage of metal dross, which must be removed from the alloy to avoid it becoming entrained in the casting. In the past, it was easy enough to contact the local scrap dealer and have this dross taken away.
In today’s world, this is not acceptable. The plant which produces the dross, is fully responsible for all aspects of this material. The management and staff at the plant, are required to actively work to reduce and recycle this dross, and dispose of any residues, in a safe and approved manner.
In most plants, the volume of dross can be massively reduced. However, to do so, the staff in the plant, must understand the issues, and be taught what to do. Similarly, management must be vigilant to ensure it is continually implemented.
As well as this, each state in Australia has its own set of regulations on how dross must be stored, transported and recycled.
This presentation will be of interest to any Die Casting plant or Foundry, which melts and casts non-ferrous alloys.
Come along and learn how your plant can greatly reduce its volume of dross, and recycle the rest responsibly.
6:00pm Wednesday 21st June 2023
The Copper Fox Private Room,
The Village Green Hotel
Corner of Springvale Road and Ferntree Gully Road, Mulgrave, Victoria
For presentation and a main meal
$40.00 per person for ADCA and AFI members
$60.00 per person for non-members
Booking is essential for seating and catering purposes. Please select your tickets from the options below.
Graham Wilson: 0413 671 345
Alan Cooke: 0427 777 061