Crucible Tongs Stir Rod Flux Graphite Ingot Mold Precious Metal Casting Set : Arts, Crafts & Sewing

28 Oct.,2022


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Kit Includes:

(1) Pair of Large Stainless Steel Tongs: Measuring at 13" in length, these high-density stainless steel tongs can handle most electric furnace crucibles.

(1) 750 Gram Ceramic Crucible Cup: Ceramic crucibles are great for those who are using a torch method to melt their material. They are designed with tapered sides and a pour spout for easy material removal, and suitable for melting precious metals (gold, silver, bronze, copper, brass, etc.) in temperatures up to 2800°F. Dimensions: Top Diameter: 73 mm. Bottom Diameter: 53 mm. Height: 83 mm.

(1) 5/16" x 12" Graphite Stir Rod: High-density, fine grain graphite stir rods are ideal for stirring your molten material during the melting process; ideal for using with your crucibles. *Please note that flux may adhere to the graphite material during mixing. Not recommended for use with platinum.

(1) 8 Oz of Anhydrous Casting Flux: A multi-purpose, high-grade and course casting flux that is often used in melting and refining metals as it aids in lowering the melting points of different minerals so your material melts quicker and is easier to pour. Add it to your melt to help draw out impurities or "slag" for cleaner and more pure material. It acts as cleaning agent, minimizes gold loss in your slag, and helps keep your material liquefied longer. Keeps your metals cleaner during melts and pours and great for seasoning graphite crucibles. Draws out gasses and oxides out of molten metal, such as gold, silver, copper, iron, sterling silver, tin, nickel, and their alloys. Made in the U.S.A.

(1) 20 T. oz Gold Rectangular Graphite Ingot Mold: Made from high-density fine grain graphite. Lasts for 30+ pours! Smooth cavity finish. Designed for easy ingot removal with 10 degree tapered sides. Dimensions: Outside: 1/2" x 1.625" x 2-1/2". Inner: 096 Depth x .8125" x 1.250" at the bottom. Capacity: 20 T. oz of gold (approximately 10 T. oz of silver).