Castalloy, Inc.

7990 Baker Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, 44102, United States


Designers/Problem Solvers/Manufacturers of fully finished components and sub-assemblies with all the design and performance advantages inherent in the investment casting process.

We specialize in carbon steel, stainless steel and high nickel alloy components for...

High Performance
Long Operating Life
Operational Reliability
Ease of Assembly
Size and Range of Parts: from a fraction of an ounce to large carriers and metal treating baskets

We can Help you Redesign Weldments into one-piece components to improve structural integrity and reduce costs

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