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The second book in Steve's small foundry series, the first book being "Iron-Melting Cupola Furnaces." Complete plans and operating instructions for a oil fired tilting furnace that easily melts 100 pounds of aluminum per hour. Melt with propane, diesel or used motor oil. Using the tilting mechanism, you will never have to handle a hot crucible. Start stop and hold the furnace at any angle for precise pours. Starts with basic definitions, covers basic furnace and combustion theory, design, construction and operation of the furnace and basic aluminum melting practice.
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"The book will provide a set of plans for an oil and or propane fired, 50 pound capacity aluminum melting furnace. The furnace will tilt around the spout and not the center of gravity so that the stream of molten metal remains in a fixed location and does not change with the furnace angle. The furnace will melt 100 pounds of aluminum per hour...the furnace is to be built from common materials such as sand, clay, rectangular tubing and an old 30 gallon drum. The furnace will be built for $200 or less."
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Book Description Steve Chastain, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0970220316
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Book Description Steve Chastain, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0970220316