aluminium casting, pressure die casting

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Casting of aluminum – it is the main profile of the company “Litiz”

The company can provide services to the client as cast aluminum under pressure and complete complex of works associated with the casting.

This complex includes:

We can produce castings for any industry, including the following:

  • auto parts;
  • lighting equipment (lamps, lights);
  • part of the military equipment and weapons.

Quality Control Department (QCD), the implementation of quality management, engineering and design department, department on work with clients allow the company “Litiz” to be a reliable supplier of castings for customers with a variety of requirements for:

Quality of aluminium casting
Quality of aluminium casting
Periods of execution of contracts
Supplies consignments of goods on time


The aluminium casting is a manufacturing process by which a liquid alloy is usually poured into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then allowed to solidify.
By the method of casting it is classified as follows:
Sand casting;
Permanent mold casting;
Investment casting;
Lost foam casting;
Die casting;
Centrifugal casting.
Litiz Company specializes in die casting.
For the manufacture of various products by casting apply a large number of different devices, which are called casting tools.
For aluminum die casting as a casting tools stand casting molds. The mold is usually made of steel. The cavity a casting mold (mold) is made similar to the outer surface of the casting, this takes into account changes in the size of thermal expansion. The mold also comprises ejector pins and cores forming the internal cavity of the products.
Numerical control (NC) is the automation of machine tools that are operated by precisely programmed commands encoded on a storage medium, as opposed to controlled manually by hand wheels or levers, or mechanically automated by cams alone. Most NC today is computer (or computerized) numerical control (CNC),[1] in which computers play an integral part of the control.
CNC equipment can be represented by:

  • machine park, such as machines equipped with numerical control (CNC machines) for working metal (for example, milling or turning);
  • the drives of asynchronous electric motors using vector control;
  • control system for modern industrial robots ;
  • peripheral devices, such as a measuring machine, 3D-printer, 3D-scanner.