Morris Bean & Co.
Aluminum Casting Excellence Since 1946
Aluminum Foundry Processes
Morris Bean & Company utilizes low-pressure casting (1 to 100 lbs.) and gravity pour (10 to 3,800 lbs) to cast aluminum alloys in the 300 series, generally 1 to 1,000 pieces quantities. Molding methods include Antioch plaster, Air-set sand, and cold-box sand combined with permanent and semi-permanent molds.
For Over 75 years, Morris Bean & Co. Has Been Quality Driven
We are certified ISO9001:2015, American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Bureau Veritas (BV), and Det Norske Veritas (DNV). We run MAGMASOFT casting simulation on every job. Then, once parts are cast, we have all the necessary Non-destructive testing, X-ray, spectrograph analysis, CMM, heat-treat, and fluorescent penetrant facilities to ensure the highest quality.
We have served multiple industries including HVAC, air and gas separation, commercial refrigeration, diesel locomotives, medical equipment, pump components, cryogenic LNG pumps, nuclear energy, and military applications. We look forward to serving you.
We take pride in providing the highest- quality aluminum castings, using state-of-the-art engineering tools and systems for everything from tooling design to meticulous frozen process manufacturing,
Using our proprietary Antioch plaster or common nobake sand-molding techniques we produce castings of all shapes and sizes: from very thin blade and vane castings to heavy-section industrial components.
To achieve total customer satisfaction through innovation, continuous improvement, and on-time quality products.
- Surface Finish (Post-Processing)
- Finished Machine
- Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP)
- Anodized and Hard Surface Coat
- Vibratory Stress Relief
- Balance and Overspeed
- Air and Gas Separation
- Commercial Refrigeration
- Diesel Locomotives
- Medical Equipment
- Pump Components
- Energy and Military Applications
- Cryogenic Applications