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Foundries are places were metal is melted into various forms and molds. These plants serve as facilities for melting metal of all kinds into liquid form, poured into molds, and hardened. Metals like tin, bronze, iron, brass, and stainless steel can be recycled into other items simply by being melted down and remolded. Workers within foundries use a variety of heavy-duty equipment and machines to achieve this process, which is usually fully automated. The process involves extremely hot furnaces, as well as other machinery. Alloys are very pliable when heated, and therefore can be made into sculptures, statues, and the like. From ferrous to non ferrous, foundries can provide anything from zinc die castings and investment castings to tubes and transmission parts. The melting, casting, and pouring process can involve components such as fonts, wax, die, and other necessary supplies. Foundries can provide many services in addition to casting and melting, such as foundry sand testing. This material is a common by-product of ferrous and non ferrous foundries, and may be used for certain casting processes. Businesses can consult with foundries for their product needs, whether they require die casting or sculpture creation. Many full-service providers offer design, engineering, and manufacturing capabilities for clients. A foundry may serve a range of markets as well, from agriculture and mining to industrial and construction. Processes may range from manual to automated, and may include sand and lost foam casting, precision CNC machining, and assembly. Some foundries specialize in certain metals, such iron, steel, copper, and aluminum.
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Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts
521 North 3rd Avenue, Lebanon, PA 17046
Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts is a manufacturer of investment castings in Lebanon, PA.
(717) 273-3338
H & H Castings Inc
4300 Lincoln Hwy, York, PA 17406
(717) 751-0064
New Jersey Shell Casting Corporation
21 S Decatur St, Marietta, PA 17547
(717) 426-1835
Olde Country Reproductions
145 N Hartley St, York, PA 17401
(717) 843-8989
Kasco Sales Inc
2688 Saint Andrews Ct, York, PA 17402
(717) 757-4862
MasterCraft Pattern Works
345 E Cottage Pl, York, PA 17403
(717) 854-8911
Cochrane Foundry Inc
465 S Ogontz St, York, PA 17403
(717) 848-2990
Awards & Beyond
303 Bridge St, New Cumberland, PA 17070
(717) 774-2578
Donegal Foundry Inc
675 Greider Rd, Mount Joy, PA 17552
(717) 367-2009
Wilton Armetale Factory Store
919 Square St, Mount Joy, PA 17552
(717) 653-4444
Donsco Inc
124 N Front St, Wrightsville, PA 17368
(717) 252-1561
Zimmerman Foundries Co
637 Hempfield Hill Rd, Columbia, PA 17512
(717) 285-5253
Anvil International
1411 Lancaster Ave, Columbia, PA 17512
(717) 684-4400
Riverside Foundry Co
124 N Front St, Wrightsville, PA 17368
(717) 252-0690
Erie Landmark
637 Hempfield Hill Rd, Columbia, PA 17512
(717) 285-5253

Foundries use intense heat to melt metals like brass, copper, iron, aluminum, bronze, tin, zinc, steel, and other ferrous and non-ferrous materials. They pour these melted metals into molds to cast them in specific shapes. In order to get the foundry services that you need, you will have to ask the companies several questions to make sure they can create the supplies, equipment, alloys, sculptures, statues, tubes, and other equipment that your business needs. You can find many foundry companies listed in the online directory. Choose a few of them and make a list with their names and numbers so you can keep your information well organized. When you contact the first foundry, ask them how long they have been in business. If they have several years of experience, then they should be able to melt, pour, and cast iron, aluminum, brass, and other metals. Ask them what types of molds they have and if they have the ability to custom make molds for your company. Getting custom made products is often a good investment because you know that they will work properly because they are designed for a specific use. Ask them if they furnaces that offer the font, wax, and die casting services that are right for you. You should also ask them if they will sand the supplies that you order so that they are ready to be used when they arrive at your business. Get a written price quote from the company too so that you can compare their prices with the others on your list.
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