General Information about MORSA Wax Reclamation :
is a process where MORSA elaboratively dewaters, cleans and homogenizes a foundry‘s used wax for the purpose of re-use.
Because of our innovative reclamation process, no virgin additives are needed as an additive to maintain agreed usable specifications as a gate or runner wax
is a advanced recycling techniques where MORSA elaboratively dewaters, cleans and homogenizes a
foundry‘s used wax for the purpose of re-use.
In this process virgin additives and eventually fillers are blended with the wax to return it to the original specifications for the use as a pattern or sprue material
The final properties are very much in line with those of the virgin material.
With reconstituted wax big cost savings are achievable, with no loss of performance or quality.
Customers‘ used autoclave wax is sent to MORSA for reprocessing where it is kept
strictly separate from other returned wax and then reconstituted and cleaned to
the agreed specifications.
Recycled wax is then returned to the customer as:
The use of reconstituted pattern wax allows the production of a complete range of patterns with significant cost benefits and no reduction in quality.
In-house innovations of our recycling process led that our recycling is very
For example: only very little thermic stress of the wax is caused due to heating constantly below 90°C. This also means our process
is very environmental friendly. Also in many cases there are no additives needed.
The actual volumes of recycling wax are mainly dependent of the quantity of contaminants and water present in the autoclave wax.
However it is possible that often even more than 80% of the used wax can be reconstitute.