Specially designed for cylindrical parts, centrifugal casting begins with pouring molten metal in a rapidly spinning mold cavity, which drives contaminants to the center. Once the desired shape forms, impurities can be removed easily and tubing cut to exact specifications. This results in a number of advantages:
Our centrifugal casting technology can produce a variety of weights, lengths, and sizes up to:
We’ve seen our tubes used in various applications and industries, which means we know which alloys last the longest and which ones are worth your investment. We can produce centrifugal castings from:
With our advanced CNC machining technology, your products are guaranteed to meet exact specifications. The accuracy of the CNC machining process will:
Our state-of-the-art foundry uses a calibrated high-temperature furnace optimized with SteCal® software, proprietary quenching, and controlled annealing heat treatment processes that:
Our strong network of expert metallurgists will work closely with your engineers. We offer a dynamic roster of in-house mechanical and inspection capabilities, including:
Centrifugal casting produces more robust products with precise cylindrical shapes. The results yield higher stress tolerances than other casting methods. The extreme pressure of the process separates impurities from the denser metal minimizing the formation of weak points.
Because our centrifugal casting foundry uses the best alloy combinations from over 200+ choices, the base materials exceed your component’s required physical properties, resulting in better durability and reliability and contributing to overall longer service life.
Because the base material starts out in hollow cylinder form and not as a solid, impurities are easier to remove from the center creating an overall reduced material cost. You’ll also see fewer rejected parts which make the entire process more economical and less wasteful.
As a long-standing foundry, our molds are well-established and can be quickly set up with a shorter preparation time, reducing manufacturing costs and lead time.