Material 4340: Steel Alloy Castings, Prototype for Nailer, Construction Hand Tools
Material 1025: Steel Alloy Castings, Farm Equipment Pinion, Agriculture
Material 4140: Steel Alloy Castings, Service Hand Tool, Industrial Hand Tools
Material 8620: Steel Alloy Castings, Hand Tool Pneumatic Nailer, Construction Hand Tools
Aero Metals Inc. produces steel cast components through the investment cast process up to 100 lbs in weight. Parts are produced to comply with various certifications and requirements set by the customer and/or industry recognized worldwide standards, such as ASTM. Our facility is equipped with two spectrometers to accurately analyze alloys and ensure material chemistry.
Steel Casting Process
Carbon steel, low alloy steel, and tool steel castings are used in several industries and are widely used materials for a range of applications and environments. It is economical, accessible in numerous grades, and can be heat-treated to improve its yield and tensile strength; and, adjust hardness or ductility to the engineer’s application needs or desired outcome.
Aero Metals manufactures solutions to your component and in many situations it begins with choosing the right alloy. Our engineers will work with you and our on staff metallurgist to analyze your component’s function and balance it with the appropriate material. With investment casting, you have the most design freedom when it comes to alloy selection.
Here are some of the most common carbon, low alloy, and tool steels we cast:
Cast Carbon and Low Alloy Steel
- 1018, 1020, 1025, 1030, 1040, 1050
- 4130, 4140, 4330, 4340, 4620
- 52100, 6150
- 8615, 8620, 8630, 8640, 8650
Cast Tool Steels
- D-2, D-5
- M-2, M-4
- S-2, S-5, S-7
If you don’t see the alloy of your interest, we have the ability to pour any “air melted” carbon, low alloy, and tool steel. Contact us to have our resident metallurgist help in choosing an alloy for your project. We can help you find the right alloy to fit your particular needs. We achieve this with the use of our on-site spectrometer giving you the ability to produce your own “specialty alloy” and allowing you to change the chemistry to fit your application environment.