designs, manufactures and installs
equipment for all aspects of the melting and
metals. Our company is internationally recognized for
innovations in the improvement of melting
and processing equipment.
Our fortyyears of experience has
allowed for the improvement of
to obtain the maximum productivity and metal recovery
with the lowest
production cost and ease of operation. The
development of our patented"SuperMelt"Rotary
system incorporates our proven design of a Rotary Sweat Furnace
that will melt any type of scrap
and seperate the molten metal
solids or salt.
Rotary Furnace "SuperMelt"
is mounted on atilting
frame with a 350
degree on SWIVEL BASE
Base that allows the furnace to turn to pour
around the perimeter of the base, and reduces cycle time up to 35%.
(See the "SuperMelt" Rotary page)
The "FatBoy" is a simple solution to your
melting requirements. This
tilting rotary is a complete
"Plug and Play"
packaged unit ready to
hook-up and put to work.
This unit is very simple to operate. Maintenance can be performed by
plant maintenance personal. Parts are "off the shelf" items with
long lead times.
This rotary furnace is capable of melting aluminum, zinc, lead, brass,
copper, gold, silver, etc.
Installation costs are minimal. Unit
can be set on concrete, gravel, etc.
FatBoy" Tilting Rotary Package
Unit No. 21 with 21 cubic ft.
capacity 3,250 lb. aluminum capacity
Unit can be manufactured to meet
the "FatBoy" Rotary page for
video and standard unit specifications.
Associates also provides
to modify, maintain and refurbishmelting and casting equipment as well as
barrel design allows
control over pouring
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Frame with SWIVEL Base
lb. aluminum capacity
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