Reactive Alloy Process
Flowserve is one of the few foundries in the United States to specialize in high-quality titanium casting as part of its Reactive Alloy Process.
By utilizing the technological advantages of induction skull melting with specially modified investment molding and rammed refractory processes, Flowserve Dayton Foundry can produce competitively priced, superior titanium castings.
Reactive Alloy Capabilities
In addition to titanium castings, Flowserve Dayton Foundry also produces zirconium and specialty reactive alloy castings through its Reactive Alloy Process.
- ASTM B367 Grade C-2 and C-3 commercially pure titanium
- ASTM B367 Grade C-7A, C-7B, C-8A, C-8B
- ASTM B367 Grade C-5, Ti-6AI-4V
- ASTM B752 Grade 702C, 705C
Specialty Titanium and Zirconium Alloys
- Ti-55Ni "Nitinol" shape memory alloy
- Titanium aluminides
- Over 3000 different reactive alloys
- ASTM E446 Level I and II quality available
- Chemistries and mechanical properties meet or exceed ASTM B367 and B752
- 70 lb (32 kg) gross; 50 lb (23 kg) net
- 80 lb (36 kg) gross; 50 lb (23 kg) net
Maximum Casting Size
- 26 in (660 mm) x 26 in (660 mm) plan view, 30 in (760 mm) height
- Larger parts can be made by fabrication
Minimum Casting Wall Thickness
- 0.050 in (1.27 mm) depending on part configuration
- ± 0.005 in/in (±0.005 mm/mm)
- 125 RMS (as cast)