Warm Box

The Wambox Process uses a blend of dry silica sand mixed with resins, blown into a metal “corebox” to form a sand core. Core boxes are typically made of some type of metal, usually iron or aluminum. The core box is heated by natural gas to temperatures of 350 to 450 degrees depending on how the box was constructed. Temperature control and uniform heating of the core box are very important to making a good core.

Supreme Cores, Inc. has a total of 6 “Warmbox” machines. Please refer to our machine list for a listing of the various Warmbox machines and core box sizes that will fit the machines. We offer a variety of different resin levels, which are available depending on the type of metal you are pouring or the application of the core. Please see a listing of the types of sands available for use.

WARM BOX DEPARTMENT MACHINE LIST – all are vertically parted machines

  • (4) REDFORD 22 MACHINES 22X24
  • (1) REDFORD 16 MACHINE 16X17
  • (1) REDFORD 43 MACHINE 13X15