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AFI VIC & ADCA - LCL Brass Manufacturing Plant Tour
ADCA and AFI - September 2018 Meeting
Wednesday 12th September 2018
LCL Brass Manufacturing Plant Tour
Meet at LCL Pty Ltd Production office
272 Wickham Road
Wednesday 12th September 2018 5:30pm for 5:45 pm sharp start
Established in 1983, LCL Pty Ltd is one of Australia’s largest producers of high quality copper-based alloys. From the manufacturing facility located in Melbourne Australia, LCL supply quality Australian made bronze brass copper alloys product to manufacturers across the globe in a wide cross section of industries including:
- Water treatment
LCL manufacturing facilities are designed to process new and recycled nonferrous materials to produce a wide range of alloys into bar suitable for further processing by our customers, for example, hot or cold working, and machining. LCL processes include careful selection of raw materials for melting and alloying.
Our products are manufactured using a continuous casting method and are then machined and straightened through a finishing section, which also includes heat treatment, tempering and cold working to whatever specification is required by our customer. Metal analysis is carried out using on-site X-ray or Optical Emission Spectrometry, as well as a wet lab for dezincification and material property testing.
Our continuous casting technology is based on and in conjunction with that developed by Rautomead Limited and Sacomet Limited both of Dundee Scotland and where precise metallurgical conditions allow a very wide range of copper alloys to be produced.
Please ensure you wear hi vis top, closed toe shoes and safety glasses
Amber Maxwell /Graham Wilson
Ph: 0488 068 989 Ph: 0413 671 345
E: firstname.lastname@example.org E: email@example.com
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