Low Pressure Die Casting

Similar to Permanent Mold, Low Pressure Die Casting is often an economical option for customers needing parts produced at higher volumes at lower prices. There are some additional advantages Low Pressure has.

Thin Walls – The introduction of Pressure in Low Pressure increases the feasibility of thin walls to fill. Thin walls that would typically be difficult to fill in permanent mold or sand casting.

Mass – When a large mass geometric feature or heavy section of a casting is present, low pressure increases the feasibility of that mass filling properly.

Similar to Permanent Mold, Low Pressure utilizes a steel die that produces consistent geometry, while reducing overhead cost. The sweet spot EAU for Protocast Low Pressure 5,000 to 50,000.