Munich, 2021 – Clariant has cemented its on-going collaboration with the World Foundry Organization to support the environmental efforts of metal foundries. As a Lifetime Legacy Sponsor for the seventh consecutive year, Clariant works with the WFO to drive knowledge to help reduce carbon emissions and meet the productivity challenges and sustainability expectations of customer industries.
WFO General Secretary Andrew Turner, said: “The contribution from Clariant and our other lifetime legacy sponsors allows us to strategically develop and plan our future conferences and reports to stay ahead of the knowledge curve and present this technology and innovation at major global gatherings, as well as in the Global Foundry Report.”
Lorenzo Sechi, Head of Business Group Foundry and Functional Additives, EMEA, Clariant comments: “Collaboration has always been at the heart of our approach in helping foundries adapt green sand casting to their current and future needs. We see the WFO as an important partner in sharing unprecedented insights and informing a wide audience of the emerging trends to help future-proof foundries with ways to boost productivity and reduce their environmental impact.
These priorities are at the core of our technology, which provides support to the industry in successfully reducing foundry emissions, improving working conditions and ecological footprint, and enabling efficient delivery of the high-precision, high-surface-quality castings that are demanded today.
”Clariant’s latest technology for green sand casting - Low Emission+ Technology (LE+ Technology) - has achieved exceptional results in European foundries in significantly decreasing their BTEX emissions, delivering high-surface-quality castings, and lowering total cost of ownership (TCO) through less clay and additive consumption and waste generation. All from a sustainably mined solution.
Clariant’s experts continue to share data, research and technical support to advance green sand systems around the world which produce metal castings for vehicles, infrastructure and construction applications.