Simpson SF Series Shell Core Machines
The first version Simpson SF Series Shell Core Machines was first introduced to the metal casting industry in 1920. Because of the low cost of hollow shell coremaking equipment, foundries with a nominal amount of repetitive work can realize important benefits. The greater the quantity of cores required, the more substantial the labor savings. The multiple machine technique of the automatic Simpson Automatic Cormatic Hollow Shell Core Unit, provides even greater savings by permitting one individual to operate two or more machines. Simpson Technology’s Cormatic provides substantial savings in initial cost, installation cost, operating cost and maintenance cost. The Cormatic is rugged. It heats core boxes more efficiently and its compact design requires a minimum of floor space. The Cormatic is a complete package, including sand hopper and heating unit. There are no complex installation problems…simply make power and gas connections to produce top quality shell cores.