About Morris Bean

A Technologically Innovative Aluminum Foundry Since 1946

Morris Bean & Company started as a part of Antioch College and has grown to our current 185,000-square foot facility on 60 acres in Yellow Springs, Ohio. We utilize gravity and low-pressure casting processes to cast aluminum alloys in the 300 series.

Molding methods include Antioch plaster, Air-set sand, and cold-box sand in combination with permanent and semi-permanent molds. Our gravity pour process has the capacity for up to a 4,000-pound casting.

We are ISO9001:2015 and are also American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Bureau Veritas (BV), and Det Norske Veritas (DNV) certified to provide Marine Class Society castings to our customers.

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Morris Bean Has Always Been Quality Driven

We have in-house X-ray, spectrograph analysis, CMM, heat-treat, and fluorescent penetrant facilities. Our engineering staff works hand in hand with our quality department, and our level 3 certified operators use MAGMASOFT solidification software to simulate the pour and solidification to optimize the casting process.

In addition to providing in-house machining, Morris Bean & Company partners with many quality companies to provide full-service machining, rapid prototyping, and post-processing in order to provide value-added single sourcing.

We have proudly served industry in air and gas separation, commercial refrigeration, diesel locomotives, medical equipment, pump components, and energy and military applications. We look forward to serving you.

Visitor Aggreement

Visitor agrees that MORRIS BEAN & COMPANY is engaged in research and development of new processes, products, and materials in their technology laboratories and product manufacturing locations which are proprietary and confidential to MORRIS BEAN & COMPANY.

In your visit to MORRIS BEAN & COMPANY, you may be exposed to confidential business information, as well as proprietary designs. processes, machines. technical information and trade secrets. In order that we may be more free and open with you in discussions and tours of the facilities, it’s necessary to have your promise, on behalf of yourself and your employer, that you will not use or divulge, for a period of five years, any confidential business information or proprietary designs, processes., machines, technical information and trade secrets to which you may be exposed. You, of course, would be under no obligation with respect to any of such items which: (i) are generally available to and known in the trade or by the public other than as a result of disclosure directly or indirectly by you or your representatives; (ii) was available to you on a lawful, nonconfidential basis from a source other than MORRIS BEAN & COMPANY or its advisors: (iii) you can document in writing has been independently acquired or developed by you without violating your obligations hereunder; or (iv) was disclosed to you by MORRIS BEAN & COMPANY on an expressly non-confidential basis.

Further, we require that you observe all company safety provisions while in our facility. This includes wearing proper eye protection and staying within marked aisleways, except as needed to accomplish your visit to the plant, and when accompanied by a MORRIS BEAN & COMPANY employee. The company assumes no responsibility for any injuries while on our premises.