Badger Alloys

“World-class castings delivered” has been our commitment to customers for nearly 50 years. Badger Alloys is a family- owned manufacturing group that includes an airset foundry, dedicated pattern shop, and complete machine shop. A recent Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year winner, we can meet your needs for simple to heavily cored, complex castings. We supply to the pump, valve, en- ergy, water, chemical, industrial, food/beverage, marine and de- fense industries. Visit us today.


T e Besser foundry produces industrial and agricultural castings that exceed your expectations. Besser off ers a loose or mounted cope and drag foundry with green sand and air set capabilities. Located in Boone, Iowa USA, Besser has produced castings for a wide range of industries for over 100 years. concrete-products-equipment/ industrial-castings

Blackhawk de Mexico

Founded in 2001, Blackhawk de Mexico is a gray and nodular iron melt shop that serves clients in the North American market. In recent years, the company has devel- oped a capacity to supply its clients with high value-added fi nished products, with the inclusion of machine fi nished products, using internal resources as well as external suppliers.

Buck Co. Inc.

Buck Co. manufacturers quality castings in aluminum, brass, bronze, ductile, gray iron and malleable metals in its large 220,000-sq. ft., ISO 9002 certi- fi ed foundry. Molding is green sand utilizing HMP-10 Hunter automatic molding machines. Facilities include state-of-the- art metallurgical lab, CAD/ CAM computer for CAD fi les, pattern shop, machining, plating and painting.

50 | METAL CASTING DESIGN & PURCHASING | Jul/Aug 2016 Bremen Castings, Inc.

Bremen Castings, Inc is a preci- sion CNC machine shop with our own green sand foundry under one roof. BCI pours gray and ductile iron castings. BCI’s machine shop is equipped with over 25 CNC machines to provide an assembled, precision machined complete casting to the world market. BCI has been recycling for over 75 years and is proud to be a family owned business in its 5th generation of leadership.

Burnstein Von Seelen Corp.

At Burnstein von Seelen, we combine virgin metals, the latest technology and the fi nest craftsmanship to create quality, dependable products. To assist you in selecting the proper alloys for your applica- tions, we off er you a 20-page brochure, which includes alloy tables and examples of high-quality permanent mold chill castings.

Betz Industries

Betz Industries has been a producer of gray and ductile iron castings since 1933, with a worldwide reputation for quality. Since implementing the full mold casting process in the 1960’s, we remain dedicated to perfecting materials and processes to further improve casting quality at lower costs. Visit our website today for complete information about our facilities and processes.


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Batesville Products Inc.

“You can do that?” We hear it all the time. We’ve been a full-service aluminum foundry specializing in permanent mold castings for over 65 years. How would you describe your alumi- num casting needs? Simple? Complex? Amazing? Visit us online today to discuss how our expertise can fi ll that need for you.

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