Sandusky Offers Brochure On Centrifugal Castings
Sandusky Foundry & Machine Co. of Sandusky, Ohio, is offering a free 20-page general brochure on the company and the centrifugal castings that it produces exclusively.
The full-color booklet explains what centrifugal castings are and how they are made, and lists some current applications. These include rolls of many types for papermaking and textile machines; components for cranes, conveyors, diesel engines, and industrial fans; pressure piping including primary coolant pipe for nuclear power plants and headers for fossil-fired power plants; centrifuge bowls; pressure vessels; propulsion shaft sleeves for the marine industry; and preforms for further hot or cold working into thin walled pipe and fittings.
Available sizes of centrifugal castings are discussed—the company offers virtually any O.D. required between 10 and 60 inches—as are Sandusky's capabilities, and quality assurance program that comprises all the planned and systematic actions necessary to provide assurance that its product and its associated documentation meet all of the customer's requirements.
Included are tables of specifications and chemical compositions of high alloy steels, plain carbon and low alloy steels, as well as non-ferrous compositions.
The publication is generously illustrated with photos of Sandusky personnel engaged in the production of centrifugal castings, and photos showing the many different uses such as paper machines, nuclear and conventional-powered naval vessels, etc.
For a free copy of the brochure and further information,