Eventually, the mold (with the wax inside) is heated, causing the wax to melt away. The orifice from this lack of wax is then filled with molten metal. PBS works mostly with superalloys based on nickel and cobalt in order to produce a durable, reliable, and long-lasting structure. Once it has cooled, the mold is shattered, leaving behind the cast metal part.
For many years, our customers have appreciated our competence in the field of challenging castings of blades, impellers and guide wheels for turbochargers. We supply wheels
, blades and components made from IN 713C, IN 713LC, B1914 and MAR M247 alloys
to turbocharger manufacturers in Germany, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.
The PBS foundry uses state-of-the-art equipment and adheres to strict production conditions, which give customers a guarantee of high-quality castings
for any use. In PBS we use Rapid Prototyping methods, we design and manufacture molds for wax casting, design optimal casting technology, and provide heat treatment and subsequent precision machining.