The PAX Foundry & Machining Group is not only one of the most diverse foundry & machining groups in the World, we are also one of the most experienced. From concept to design to production, we have what it takes to produce quality castings, the first time, on-time. Our engineering and metallurgy teams are ready to assist you.
Design Assistance to Improve Product Quality
Our experienced engineers & metallurgical staff work closely with our customers through analysis of design to improve castability and final product performance.
Pour Simulation For Optimum Rigging & QualityState of the art simulations combined with years of technical experience improve foundry performance in producing both new and existing casting rigging and processes.
The castings resulting are of higher quality and performance levels than were previously supplied without this technology
Wood, MDF and Foam Patterns are produced in partnership with outside pattern-makers combining state of the art manufacturing technology. Highly skilled craftsmen and foundry methods engineers produce complex patterns for optimal performance and cost efficiency.
Computerized Heat Treating with Charts as Desired
Our processes are controlled with state of the art computers for order management, process engineering, spectrochemical analysis, heat treating, non-destructive testing and certifications to ensure that we supply quality products every time.
Information obtained is stored on dedicated servers for future reference.
"Pen Alloy delivers. Period. We've had countless projects and they never miss a step. If every partner could be as reliable as Pen we would be impossible to beat."
We produce over 300 ferrous alloys to Standard ASTM specifications, and to customer specified chemistries and physical properties.
Castings produced weigh up to 260 tons, with an annual capacity of 25,000 tons in iron and 35,000 tons in steel.
- Alloy steels
- Stainless steels
- Duplex alloys
- Nickel steels
- Heat resistant
- Pressure resistant
- Abrasion resistant
- Ductile iron
- Chrome iron