No matter what industry you are in, we have solutions tailored to your needs. Our company serves many industries in need of castings, either on an on-demand basis or to regularly produce required parts. Machine shops are a good example, since they have to supply machined parts that are often more advantageous to be rough cast before machining in order to:
Castings are also advantageous for other types of manufacturers, such as :
Our foundry is particularly suitable for prototyping and research and development projects.
We also supply castings to customers who cannot get the special grade of alloy they need to fabricate their parts in steel distribution centres.
No matter what industry you are in, BSL Casting can help you determine if replacing certain parts of your equipment with steel castings can make a difference for you. Our qualified staff will analyze your needs and assess the best option(s) to meet them.
Material: AM1 Steel (50-55 HRC). High tenacity alloy. Specially developed for anvil production. Dimension: 30'' x 10'' x 5'' 1/4 Weight: 200 pounds
Used in the "die cast" industry for liquide zinc injection. ASTM A217 gr. C5 material 18'' long X 17'' high X 3.5'' wide Weight: 166 pounds
Used in the "die cast" industry for liquide zinc injection. ASTM A217 gr. C5 material 16'' long X 11'' high X 3.5'' wide Weight: 108 lbs.
Material: AISI 8630 low-alloy steel (300-350 BHN) Dimension: 6'' long X 6'' wide X 8'' high Weight: 58 pounds
Used in a pulp & paper plant Material: ASTM A351 grade CF-3M stainless steel Dimension: 34'' OD X 22'' long Weight: 1328 pounds
Material: Ni-Hard upon ASTM A532 class I type A Dimension: 12'' long X 2'' wide X 0.25'' thick Weight: 3 pounds
Drillhead previously cut and welded, now casted in WCB and machining