SF&E now pouring Brass and Bronze Alloys

After a ten-year hiatus, Stainless Foundry & Engineering, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are pouring over a dozen brass and bronze alloys for your sand & investment casting needs. Brass alloys, such as Silicon brass (C87500), general-purpose brass (C86500) as well as various other grades are being offered. General bronze alloys, such as C90300 and C90700, are being offered, as well as aluminum enhanced grades (C95500 and C95800) and various other grades to meet our customer specifications!

At SF&E, we are equipped to meet and complete your commercial or high specifications for brass or bronze. Dedicated welding procedures, non-destructive testing, and heat treatment if applicable have been qualified to accept and process your orders. Brass and bronze alloys serve industries such as marine, pump and valve, defense applications, as well as a host of other applications.

Brass and Bronze alloys are metallurgically process controlled by our technical staff of Foundry, Quality, and Metallurgical Engineers, ensuring your castings are delivered to you in compliance to your specifications. Please contact SF&E to find out more about these non-ferrous options offered by Stainless Foundry & Engineering, Inc.

Learn more about Brass and Bronze Castings by Stainless Foundry.

Posted on: 2019-07-24 04:04:05

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