Product Showcase

A six part fabrication becomes a one-piece casting.

Besides the benefits of a significant cost reduction, the integrity of the high conductivity specified (98% minimum) was ensured for all surfaces. Note: As cast square relief areas at top (originally machined) also fine raised shoulder as cast at bottom hole.

A variety of high conductivity pure copper and nickel copper castings.

Nickel copper offers up to 44% conductivity, along with increased mechanical properties.

These high conductivity (97% IACS) copper castings are silver plated. They range in weight from 17 lbs. (7.71 kg) to 41 lbs. (9.52 kg) and exceed 21 inches (53 cm) in length. Being able to cast one piece parts at these weights and lengths eliminates costly fabrications and ensures high conductivity throughout the entire part.

Casting which controls directional water flow in heat exchanger assembly.

Weight is 32 lbs (14.51 kg). Leak-free integrity imperative for this application. Alloy BC-AB-210.

Pure copper high conductivity connector parts previously made as fabrications.

By casting as one piece, all brazed joints were eliminated, guaranteeing the reliability of the conductivity on a production basis and offering significant cost reductions. Note these parts are completely as cast including the holes. All machining was eliminated.

A variety of high-conductivity (min. 98% IACS) copper castings shows cooling fins cast as part of the casting. By eliminating assembly components, costs are reduced and thermal conductivity is increased. Also note cast-in-place studs.

High conductivity pure copper casting for a worldwide electrical industry--typically 98% - 103% conductive. Peace of mind for the design engineer. Note some very fine cast details.

Aluminum bronze and brass casting typical of permanent mold process. Close tolerances repeated casting after casting.

Brush holder castings.

Burnstein von Seelen can help in converting complicated assemblies to one piece parts.

Various component inserts cast into exact location during the casting process -- the marrying of dissimilar alloys without welding or brazing.

Bronze parts showing a variety of complex configurations. All teeth are as cast and do not require additional machining.