Engine Cylinder Block: The engine cylinder block is one of the main components of an engine and is often produced using sand mold casting. It needs to have high strength and wear resistance to withstand high pressure and high-temperature conditions.
Crankshaft: The crankshaft is a crucial component in the engine, responsible for converting reciprocating motion into rotational motion. Crankshafts are typically produced using sand mold casting and then further processed and heat-treated.
Exhaust Manifold: The exhaust manifold is used in the engine's exhaust system to channel the exhaust gases from combustion to the exhaust pipe. Sand mold casting is commonly used to produce exhaust manifolds to ensure their complex internal geometry.
Transmission Housing: The transmission housing is an important component of the vehicle's transmission system, and its housing is usually produced using sand mold casting. This casting method can produce large and complex-shaped housings.
Cylinder Liner: The cylinder liner is the sleeve inside the engine cylinder block, providing the working surface inside the cylinder. Sand mold casting can be used to produce cylinder liners to ensure precision in their dimensions and internal structure.
Steering Gear Housing: The steering gear housing is a critical part of the vehicle's steering system. Sand mold casting is often used to produce steering gear housings to ensure their strength and dimensional accuracy.