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Established in 1935, Penticton Foundry, located in Penticton, British Columbia creates, among other things, ductile iron castings and high chrome white iron castings of exceptional quality and durability for clients across North America.  With its commitment to innovation and design, Penticton Foundry’s highly skilled workforce can deliver custom work and specialty design on time and on budget.

We offer a full-service foundry, thus ensuring product consistency.  Whether it’s complete, on-site CAD design, pattern making facilities, quality controlled alloy composition or precision chrome white iron castings, we know that our customers value our excellent service and dedication to making their product better.  Our established, long-term relationships with our clients have transformed us from a local to international provider of castings and services.  

We offer several competitive advantages that result in specific benefits for our customers.  Contact Us and get started with one of our experienced sales consultants today.

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Chrome White Iron Outlasts Rubber 7 Times

Posted by Pencticton Foundry on May 5, 2020

A discharge nozzle comprised of as in chrome white iron and steel

A mine in British Columbia got 7 times the wear life by replacing their rubber-lined discharge nozzle with chrome white iron. Read this success story today.

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Best ASTM A532 Alloy for Abrasive Wear – 25% Cr Vs. 15% Cr

Posted by Pencticton Foundry on January 22, 2020

A532, chrome white iron, bi-metallic wye and lateral hydrotransport spool

What is the best chrome white iron, ASTM A532 alloy, for preventing corrosion? If you have a challenge because of abrasive wear, read this blog.

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Tips for Recycling and Reusing Ductile Iron

Posted by Pencticton Foundry on December 3, 2019

A worker pours ductile iron, ASTM A536

One key benefit of iron production is that a foundry can melt down and reuse metal. Not only does this offer sustainability benefits, but significant cost savings.

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