What is a Casting Furnace?

A casting furnace is a metal melting oven for aluminum, brass, and other metals that require over 1000 degree temperatures in order to be molten down. Once a metal has been liquefied in the casting furnace, the metal is poured into castings of various shapes and left to cool and solidify.

How Casting Furnaces are Used

Casting furnaces are used in metalworking to produce large metal materials for various industries including automobile, farming, and architecture. These furnaces are also used to make other products such as tools and jewelry.