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FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

Canadian Specialty Castings facilities and in-house equipment include:

  • 4×20 ton overhead cranes plus other 15 multi capacity cranes at different process centres.
  • Total melting/pouring capacity of 10,400 Aluminum Bronze and 9,000 Steel & Stainless grades (lbs. per heat), through 9 melting centers, ferrous and non-ferrous.
  • Steels/Stainless Steel max net cast weight is 6,000 lbs.; gross pour weight is 9,000 lbs.
  • Leaded tin Bronzes net cast weight is 1,800 lbs.; gross pour weight is 2,600 lbs.
  • Aluminum Bronze net cast weight is 6,000 lbs.; gross pour weight is 10,400 lbs.
  • Aluminum net cast weight is 250 lbs.; gross pour weight is 350 lbs.
  • Certified Material Test Reports with full physical and chemical testing as well as Charpy, corrosion testing, PMI and ferrite content
  • 8-foot diameter Wheelabrator charged with steel shot for better surface finish as well as a separate fully enclosed blast booth with specialize blasting media for stainless steels, bronze and aluminum.
  • 100% NO-BAKE furan base air-set sand
  • 3D SLA print available for cores and mould packages for reduced costs for one off parts or extremely smooth finishes and intricate core assemblies
  • Unconventional core strength technology borrowed from Concrete Application
  • Gudgeon Thermfire thermal sand reclamation system that efficiently reclaims 98% of sand
  • Portable CMM and Laser Scan pounds
  • Certified by ISO and Lloyd’s Registry

Canadian Specialty Castings’ Ontario based facility & state-of-the-art foundry equipment makes us a market leader in technical innovations for every casting job. From simulation, to mold, to cast, to finished machine part, we can do it all.”

      • The option of a new UV optic to handle a spectral range from 120 nanometers (nm) to 235 nm. This enables foundries’ process control to extend reliable analysis to elements such as nitrogen (N), carbon (C), sulfur (S), and phosphorus (P), or hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) in titanium (Ti) base materials.
      • Analysis of 10 matrices, 68 methods, and 56 elements.
      • Ability to recall stored spectra — Results can be re-evaluated/recalculated later, even if samples have been consumed.
      • Quick-check programs — Main elements for iron and aluminum materials can be rapidly identified and analyzed in less than 12 seconds.
      • Onsite upgrades/additions of analytical methods — New spectral lines, analytical methods, and even complete matrices can be remotely added to installed units without any hardware changes.
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