The foundry shop, built upon an area of 13,500 sq. meters, uses Krupp Industry Technik GmbH (Germany) machinery, Wertli horizontal continuous casting furnaces, and Outokumpu (Finland) technical knowledge. This factory has four melting and casting lines with electric induction and channel furnaces. 63000 tons of copper and copper alloys (such as brass, leaded brass, phosphorus bronze, and cupronickel) can be produced in the foundry shopper annum. The products are divided into three main groups, named slab, billet, and strip, which are in fact the incoming materials for rolling and extrusion shops.
Line 4 of this factory has the ability to continually cast strips with 14 by 500 mm. In this way, it can afford for all the alloys which are problematic when produced by hot rolling or their cooling range is extended, such as leaded sheets and strips, phosphorus bronze and navy brasses.
Choosing and mingling the raw materials for alloy making is all done according to international standards. Material is identified in all stages of production, in scrap form, in molten form, in billet or slab form, and in the final configuration. After the melting process, a sample is sent to the lab via a pneumatic post and after being verified by X-ray test the casting is done.
After passing the quality control, finally, the casted products are tagged with batch numbers and identification numbers and is graded prior to dispatch.