Effort Foundry, Inc., can heat treat much that we produce.
We at Effort Foundry held our 2023 Customer Appreciation Open House on Tuesday, May 16th.
Effort Foundry cordially invites you to our 2023 Open House in Bath, PA.
Effort Foundry, Inc., is a leader in patternless casting production. This produces a high-quality casting meeting our customer specifications with no pattern required.
We take quality seriously during the entire process of producing high-quality castings. We are pleased to announce the addition of two new quality control employees to the QC team.
Since 1973, Effort Foundry has been a leader in metal castings, serving clients in the military, power generation, nuclear, oil and gas, and other specialty industries.
Effort Foundry in Pennsylvania is a leader in the casting industry for large castings, with over 60% of their orders being for a single casting.
Making of a Patternless Casting Utilizing a Single-Use Styrofoam Pattern and Single-Use Printed Cores
Pattern being readied to add phenolic urethane molding sand, photo of above pattern with internal nylon vents being applied Photo of cope pattern with foundry engineering added–down sprue to deliver metal from ladle to mold cavity. 12” riser sleeves to assure proper feeding of casting once poured. The casting weighs Read more…
Effort Foundry, Inc., has been a trusted manufacturer of castings for the U.S. Navy for over 2 decades. Today, Effort Foundry is the go-to source for military-grade valve and pump components because of their dependable track record, welding classifications, and stringent testing. Effort Foundry Military Castings account for more than Read more…
Effort Foundry Inc., an NIAC-approved vendor since 2017, produces castings for the nuclear power generation industry.Effort Foundry produces valve components, pump components, and general castings for the NUCLEAR market.Effort Foundry, Inc, currently maintains nuclear NDE procedures for the following disciplines: Visual Inspection in accordance with ASME Sect. V, Article 9/MSS-SP-55 Read more…