In our foundry, we can cast stainless steel, centrifugal casting, up to a maximum diameter of 850 mm and up to 2.5 tons of net pieces. Together with copper and its alloys, we can cast up to 2 tons of pig iron and up to 1 ton of steel and stainless parts in a total of 5 different furnaces.

Automotive Industry , Steel mill Industry, Limestone ,Cement Industry and for Energy Industry

For incineration plants ,Various types of Rostabe parts materials for 1.47xx and 1.48xx series.

Casting is the process of obtaining the desired shape by making metals or alloys liquid and pouring them into a specific mold. This process has been used in many fields throughout human history and has become an important sector with industrial developments. The casting industry is a widely used production method in automotive, construction, machinery manufacturing, energy and many other sectors. The origins of casting date back thousands of years. The first casting processes took place by processing metals such as bronze and iron used in ancient times. During this period, casting was done by hand with the use of simple molds. However, with the industrial revolution, the casting industry underwent a significant change. The development of industrial machinery made it possible to realize more complex and precise casting processes. Today, the foundry industry operates in modern foundries equipped with high technology and automation systems. Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) systems facilitate the process from design to production of castings. Computer simulations help to optimize casting processes and detect defects in advance. The casting sector is still widely preferred in industry due to its many advantages. Casting enables the production of parts with complex geometries. It is also an efficient method for large-scale production and economically advantageous. Cast parts can have excellent surface quality, accuracy and repeatability. The foundry industry is also taking important steps towards sustainability and environmental protection. The use of recycled materials reduces waste and ensures energy efficiency. In addition, advanced casting techniques and material choices make it possible to produce lighter and more durable parts, reducing energy consumption and minimizing environmental impact. In the future, the casting industry will be further enhanced by the integration of new technologies such as 3D printing. 3D printing enables the production of parts with complex geometries in one step, making the casting process more flexible. It also offers the potential to produce more efficient and lighter parts through material and design optimization. In conclusion, the foundry sector occupies an important place in the industry with its historical background and constantly evolving technologies. Continuous improvement and innovation will ensure that the foundry sector will continue to grow in the future. Developments in this sector will also affect production processes in other industries and become an indispensable part of modern life.