Steel Castings
We represent the best Austempered Ductile Iron foundries in the USA and back it up with professional and ongoing service.
Carson Castings (Foundry-Source.com) specializes in stainless, carbon & other steel castings weighing 1# to 5,000# and up to 120”x120”.

Supplier Of The Following Steel Grades:



Expertise in our field
We deal strictly in the sourcing of castings and machined castings.
Added Value
We can provide raw castings or complete assemblies and everything in between (painting, heat treat and machining).
Tooling Options
No-bake, air-set and green sand molding. Floor, manual, squeezer, cope and drag molding processes.
Industry Knowledge
Our years of experience in the casting field ensure we place your work at a facility suited to your project’s unique needs.

6. States We Serve

  • Nebraska
  • Kansas
  • Oklahoma
  • Minnesota
  • Iowa
  • Missouri
  • Wisconsin
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • North Carolina
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
 



Electric furnace used to melt iron at a steel foundry
Electric furnace at one of
Carson Casting's network foundry.

Steel castings are ideal for parts that endure wear, shocks or heavy loads. Stronger than wrought iron, cast iron and malleable iron, steel castings are very tough. At Carson Castings, we have the ability to source a wide range of materials to meet the needs of your company. Our experienced professionals can work with you and your company to determine if steel castings are right for your job.

Special alloy elements are added to alloy steel castings to obtain or increase certain desirable properties. Heat treating will also improve ease of machining, increase wear resistance and remove hydrogen trapped at the surface of the casting. The experienced professionals at Carson Castings can answer all of your questions regarding the strength and durability of steel castings.

Carbon steel castings are designated as:

  • Low carbon contains less than .20 percent carbon, with tensile strength (annealed) from 40,000 to 70,000 psi.
  • Medium carbon contains .20 to .50 percent carbon, with tensile strength (annealed) from 65,000 to 105,000 psi.
  • High carbon contains .50 percent carbon, with tensile strength (annealed) from 95,000 to 125,000 psi.

Stainless steel castings resist atmospheric corrosion, the attachment of hot or cold acids, and scaling at elevated temperatures. Stainless steel castings can be designed to resist corrosion and high temperature oxidation. Another application of stainless steel is where unusual mechanical properties of hardness, strength, toughness or ductility are required, including resistance to wear and abrasion. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of steel castings, give us a call or send us an email. We would be happy to discuss all of your company’s casting needs.

Even though we use the latest technology to create our castings and machined castings, we believe some aspects of doing business never go out of style. At Carson Castings, we pride ourselves on old-fashioned values such as being responsive and ethical. We are optimistic about the future of the industry and are committed to it for the long haul. Call Carson Castings today and see how we can help your company.


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