iron foundry


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iron foundry

[′ī·ərn ‚fau̇n·drē]
(metallurgy)
A building in which iron castings are made.
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His defining composition, "The Iron Foundry," written in 1928, split critics of the day, who either lauded it for its experimentation and sound or condemned it for bringing industry into the concert hall.
1646--America's first iron foundry (and second industrial plant), Saugus Iron Works, near Boston, pours the first American casting, the Saugus pot.
Group Industrial Saltillo (GISSA), Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico, the parent firm of the Mexican iron foundry Cifunsa and the aluminum foundry Castech, has reached an agreement to sell 51% of the capital of its Ditemsa subsidiary, which manufactures foundry equipment and tooling, to the British company NPL Technologies, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England.
Whitman Castings, Inc., Whitman, Massachusetts, a gray and ductile iron foundry, has acquired Washington Mould Co., Washington, Pennsylvania, a nobake ductile and gray iron foundry.
Mudd retired from General Motors in 1965 after 37 years as an industrial physician and surgeon for Chevrolet Saginaw Grey Iron Foundry, Saginaw, Michigan.
John Deere Foundry, Waterloo, Iowa, a 286-employee iron foundry that produces components for agricultural equipment, was experiencing a recurring problem with iron penetration in its furnace refractory.
Grupo Industrial Saltillo (GISSA), Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico, the parent firm of the iron foundry Cifunsa and aluminum foundry Castech, is planning to invest $51 million in a new cast iron foundry in Central Mexico.
* For most gray iron foundry applications, #15 pore filters are adequate.
Neenah is a 940-employee gray and ductile iron foundry serving the municipal/construction, heavy-duty truck, agriculture and compressor industries.