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Gilsonite In Foundry

 Physical Sand properties with Gilsonite resin are equal or superior to sea coal at significantly lower additive levels.
Gilsonite "Natural Asphalt" improves sand density, water requirements and strength (green, dry, baked, and hot). Gas evolution curves show that Gilsonite "Natural Bitumen" volatilizes more rapidly than sea coal. Gilsonite has the same total volatiles as sea coal at one-third the additive level.

Principal Applications
Foundry Sand Additive
Ingot Mold Coating
Briquette or Pellet Binder

                                                        Typical Properties
Softening Point (ASTM E28-92)                        160-182°C ( 320-360°F)         
Ash (ASTM D271-70 M)                       3.2%

Moisture (AGC Method)

5.0% Maximum - 2.0% Maximum
Penetration (25ºC, 100 gm, 5 sec.)
Color in Mass
Flash Point (COC)
                 316ºC; 600ºF
Specific Gravity
Fixed Carbon
BTU per pound
Volatile Combustible Matter at 1900ºF, ASD271-4                         81%
Lustrous Carbon Content                       35-38%

Coking Value



                           Typical Elemental Analysis, Weight %
Carbon               85%
Hydrogen               10%
Nitrogen              3.00%
Oxygen              1.50%
Silicon, Nickel, & Trace Elements              0.30%


                                        Typical Particle Sizing
                                         % Retained (Cumulative)
Super Coarse Small Lump Semi-Pulverized Pulverized
4 mesh <=3 <=3    
10 mesh <=20 <=12 <=0.5  
30 mesh       <=0.1
50 mesh       <=1.3
65 mesh >=70 >=45 <=23  
100 mesh       <=8.5
150 mesh >=90 >=70 <=58  
200 mesh       <=30.0

Gilsonite or "Natural Bitumen, Natural Asphalt" Foundry Grade is available in 50 lb. and 25 kilo net multi-ply paper bags which may be palletized and stretch wrapped. It is also available in bulk loaded trucks, containers, and a variety of bulk bag sizes.

Gilsonite is a naturally occurring hydrocarbon. There is no known history of dermatitis, lung disease or other health problems associated with handling of Gilsonite as supplied. Dusts are subject to combustion. Normal precautions used with flammable materials apply.