Bearing block repair
Probably! Cast iron is a fickle material. Depending on a series of factors, sometimes, castings just don't behave. That said, we've had a pretty good track record in cast iron repair and we'd be happy to discuss your need!
Oxy-acetylene brazing is better than welding, on cast iron. Except in (rare) specific applications, a braze made with brass or bronze filler on gray cast iron will be stronger, be fully machinable, and outlive the service life of the part.
Brazing, by definition, does not encourage the formation of carbides within the casting, which lead to future cracks and machining concerns.
Yes! As long as the thickness of the material is within the capabilities of our equipment.
Nope! These metals are low melting-point alloys that cannot be repaired once they have failed.
Yes! We can build up a saddled face, chipped or worn corners, and make your anvil a pleasure to forge on! As any casting repair, there are many factors to consider, let's talk!