Gas Tightness is the basis of condensing technology.

A combination of different shapes and wall thickness, with long flow paths and largely free of pores, are only a few of our  day-to-day challenges. Only an optimal interaction between die-casting machines, die-casting moulds and the corresponding processes enables the production of pressure and gas tight components. 


Heat exchangers for the automotive industry.


Request & challenge:   Finest ribbing at the external geometry, high thermal conductivity, pressure tight
Weight:   3.0 kg
Alloy:   231 D


Two-part burner housing for gas condensing systems.


Request & challenge:   Gas tight, documented 100% leak testing, all shapes cast without  post-finishing needed, assembly with controlled screw driving systems, condensation resistance
Weight:   2.3 kg
Alloy:   226 D


Combustion chamber for automotive heater


Request & challenge:   Pressure-tight, high thermal conductivity, cavity-free, dimensionally stable under heat applications
Weight:   1.1 kg
Alloy:   230 D


Burner door as multi-part assembly in different varieties for gas-fired
condensing boiler.


Request & challenge:   Gas tight, documented 100% leak testing, all shapes cast finished without need of post-processing, assembly with controlled screw-driver systems, condensation-resistant
Weight:   1.2 kg
Alloy:   226 D


Fan housing for a gas-air system in condensing boilers.


Request & challenge:   Gas-tight, vibration-resistant, flatness 0.1 of the flange face, all fittings
 cast without post processing, bayonet mount for the Venturi.
Weight:   0.4 kg
Alloy:   226 D