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ISO 9001 certified Nov 2016 update

 

Metal is prepared in electric induction furnaces, enabling production personnel to meet exacting chemical specifications.

Molds are sorted by alloy through an efficient and unique coding system that allows the melt department to sort proprietary material requirements from standard ASTM specifications.

Medium- to high-frequency coreless induction furnaces are used for all casting production.

Our furnace sizes are:
Two (2) - 1,200 lb., Two (2) - 3,500 lb., One (1) - 5,500 lb., One (1) - 8,000 lb., One (1) - 10,000 lb.

Our furnace sizes are:

  • Two (2) - 1,200 lb.
  • Two (2) - 3,500 lb.
  • One (1) - 5,500 lb.
  • One (1) - 8,000 lb.
  • One (1) - 10,000 lb.


Maximum pouring weights (guidelines only), including gating and risering:

  • Iron (including high-alloy iron): 20,000 pounds; Net cast weight: 12,000 to 15,000 pounds
  • Ductile Iron: 10,000 pounds; Net cast weight: 6,000 to 8,000 pounds
  • Stainless Steels: 10,000 pounds; Net cast weight: 5,000 pounds
  • Low-Alloy Carbon Steel: 9,000 pounds; Net cast weight: 4,500 pounds
  • Chrome Irons, NiHards: Net cast weight: 20,000 pounds
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