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Ingot pouring is a procedure for pouring semi-finished material from metals and their alloys.

With the ingot pouring the liquid metal is poured into a standing form (mold) and rigidly in this. This can take place both from above and over a supply system from downside. After solidifying the mold is stripped, pulled thus by the rigid metal.

The subsequent treatment of the ingot takes place in the rolling mill or in a Schmiede.

Ingot pouring is used with large forgings, badly to pouring alloys as well as small outputs. The yield during the subsequent treatment is worse by the head liquation in principle than with continuous casting.

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