If you need Cast Iron, Ductile Iron, Steel or Aluminum Ingot molds for your Smelting operation, look no further than Dynaform Technologies. We offer a complete range of metalworking molds and the experts at Dynaform can find the right mold for you regardless of the metal you are working with; Lead, Zinc, Tin, and Aluminum just to name a few.
We can help you design a custom mold to meet your exact size and weight requirements in the material best suited for your application. Whether it be Cast Iron, Ductile Iron, Steel or Aluminum, all of these molds can be designed as Air or Water Cooled molds.
Dynaform Technologies is known throughout the industry for providing exceptional, high quality, world class, air-cooled and water-cooled Ingot molds. We produced our first Ingot Mold in 1940 for The New Jersey Zinc Company and have perfected our craft and produced thousands of others since.
Let our experience work for you on your next Air or Water Cooled ingot mold project. Whether it be one small mold or a few hundred conveyor molds you can count on Dynaform to get the job done in an economical and timely fashion.
We will work with you, from design to delivery, to make sure you are provided with the best ingot molds. With the best ingot molds in the smelting industry, you will be able to create the best possible products for your business.
Recent Ingot Mold Projects
- Ductile Iron 2,000 lb Lead Sow Molds
- Cast Iron Air and Water Cooled Anode Molds
- Cast Iron Air and Water Cooled Babbitt Molds
- Cast Iron Air and Water Cooled Solder Bar Molds
- Cast Iron Air and Water Cooled Tin Molds
- Ductile Iron Air Cooled Gold Molds
- Ductile Iron Air Cooled Silver Molds
- Ductile Iron Aluminum Ingot Molds
- Ductile Iron Aluminum Sow Molds
- Cast Iron Billet Molds
- Cast Iron Copper Molds
- Cast Iron Wirtz Style Lead Conveyor Molds
- Cast Iron Lead Ingot Molds
- Cast Iron Lead Pig Molds
- Ductile Iron Lead Sow Molds
- Cast Iron Sample Disc Molds
- Ductile Iron Slag Molds
- Spectrograph Disc Molds
- Zinc Conveyor Molds
- Zinc Sow Molds
- Cast Iron 2″ Ball Molds
- Cast Iron 1-5/8″ Ball Molds
- Aluminum Air Cooled Tin Anode Molds
- Ductile Iron Lead Slag Molds
Let our experience work for you on your next mold project.
A few examples of some of our ingot molds.
Spectrograph Disc Mold
This Cast Iron vertical pour Spectrograph
Disc Mold is suitable for sampling various
types of molten metals such as Aluminum
and Zinc. The mold makes a 2-1/2″ Diameter, 7/32″ thick disc with a
Special sizes available at no additional cost.
400 Ounce Gold Ingot Mold
This high quality Cast Iron Gold Ingot Mold has a capacity to hold 400 Ounces of Gold. This mold is made from Cast Iron and is drafted for easy ingot removal. The mold can be used as a Silver Ingot Mold, as well as with various other metals. Produces a 3″ wide, 10″ long, 2″ deep ingot. Many other size ingot molds are available.
Cast Iron Ingot Mold
This is an ingot mold made from cast iron.
40 Cavity Nugget Mold
40 cavity cast iron copper nugget mold, can be used for zinc or tin
Water Cooled Billet Mold
Two new, recently designed and built 4 cavity, 3” and 4” diameter water cooled billet molds. Machined cast iron cavities that rotate in the stand for easy billet removal. Works great for making tin, lead or aluminum billets. Other sizes available. Contact us for more detailed information.
6 Cavity Cast Iron Water Cooled Tin Notch Bar Mold
This 6 cavity mold produces a bar roughly 13-1/4” long, 2” wide and 1-1/4” thick. It can be supplied with or without notches. This mold can also be supplied, mounted in a steel stand with bearings. Contact us for more detailed information.
1 inch = 2.54 centimeters
1 pound = 0.453592 kilograms
What is an ingot mold?
Ingot molds are typically made from metals such as cast iron, ductile iron, steel or aluminum. Ingot molds are used for casting refined metal such as aluminum, copper, lead and zinc into various shapes and sizes for future processing.
What is an ingot?
An ingot is a piece of relatively pure material, usually metal, that is cast into a shape suitable for further processing.