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Furnace Contractors
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Foundries achieve many things within the plant, such as casting, melting, pouring, and molding. They use a variety of automated and manual manufacturing processes to achieve their goals, which involve metals of all kinds such as stainless steel and iron. Many such foundries are full-service providers, which means they offer a whole suite of services for any number of clients, from industrial to construction to plumbing.

Those who operate in the foundry business must have extensive knowledge of the processes involved, along with strict adherence to safety guidelines. They need to know how to work the various machines, tools, and equipment to produce anything from bronze sculptures to statues to die casts.

In addition to casting, molding, and pouring, foundries may offer supply chain management, quality assurance, machining and assembly, and monitoring and verification. Some cater to specific industries such as mining, while others focus on automotive, for example. They can produce items like zinc die castings, investment castings, pipelines, and tubes.

A ferrous or non ferrous foundry may work with a variety of metal materials, such as iron, aluminum, brass, copper, steel, or other alloys, to produce such by products as sand. The process involves a number of furnaces for melting, along with other supplies and equipment like cast iron molds, wax, and fonts. Many professionals within this business are engineers. Others are machining professionals. Each has his or her own niche, obtained either through intensive schooling or on-the-job training.

Many foundries have websites that list their experience and services. Some may even offer virtual tours of the plant. Customers can call a representative to learn more about price quotes and services specific to their industry.

Foundry Zero LLC Write review for this local business
19 W Hargett St Ste 310A, Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 834-5433  
Hallman Foundry Inc Write review for this local business
105 E Humber St, Sanford, NC 27330
(919) 775-3628  
Carolina Wiring and Castings Write review for this local business
136 Crestwick Rd, Ramseur, NC 27316
(336) 824-2151  
Carolina Bronze Write review for this local business
6108 Maple Springs Rd, Seagrove, NC 27341
(336) 873-8291  
U S Foundry & Manufacturing Write review for this local business
7123 Browns Summit Rd, Browns Summit, NC 27214
(336) 656-9724  
Southeastern Foundries Write review for this local business
2706 Oakland Ave, Greensboro, NC 27403
(336) 299-7211  
Citation Corporation Write review for this local business
530 E Main St, Biscoe, NC 27209
(910) 428-2111  
Citation Casting LLC Write review for this local business
100 Russell Dr, Star, NC 27356
(910) 428-8956  
Tru-Cast Inc Write review for this local business
1208 Rail St, Greensboro, NC 27407
(336) 294-2370  
Old Foundry Body Shop Write review for this local business
9827 Nc Highway 211 W, Red Springs, NC 28377
(910) 843-3792  
Carolina Casting Inc Write review for this local business
1416 Progress Ave, High Point, NC 27260
(336) 884-7311  
Cascade Die Casting/Atlantic Div Write review for this local business
1800 Albertson Rd, High Point, NC 27260
(336) 882-0186  
Triad Foundry Write review for this local business
1306 E Mountain St, Kernersville, NC 27284
(336) 996-0208  
Emporia Foundry Inc Write review for this local business
620 Reese St, Emporia, VA 23847
(434) 634-3125  
Casting Logos Write review for this local business
2845 Virginia Ave, Collinsville, VA 24078
(276) 647-5646  
If your business needs custom made tubes, statues, sculptures, equipment parts, or other supplies that are made of brass, iron, aluminum, zinc, tin, copper, steel, or bronze, then you might need to contact a foundry that has the experience to create the items that you need. There are many different types of pouring, casting, and molding that a foundry might use to make your products. When you contact a company, you should make sure that have the furnace for the die casting, wax, and sand foundry techniques that you need. First, you should ask to speak to a customer service representative who knows a lot about the different techniques and alloys. Ask this person if they can use iron, aluminum, brass, copper, and other ferrous metals to create the supplies that you need for your business. If they say they can, then ask them to describe the pouring, molding, and casting techniques that they will use. Ask them to give you examples of other custom jobs that they have done in the past. If you want to have a statue made, then you should ask to see that type of example from their portfolio. If you want a sign with works on it, then you should ask them what fonts they can use. You want to make sure that hiring the foundry is a good investment, so ask them to give you a price quote and a reference list. This will help you determine how expensive they are and allow you to talk to their other clients about their experiences.