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[fa icon="plus-square"] How can I get assistance in selecting the best casting process for my application?

One of the main pillars of the MetalTek Brand is Metallurgical and Technical Collaboration so know we are here to help.  You have several options. Feel free to call us directly at 262-544-7777 to speak with an Inside Sales Engineer.  If you prefer to submit your questions by using a form on our website, you can do that by clicking here. If you are not ready to reach out to us quite yet, you can read more about our various casting processes by clicking here. In addition, there are several posts in the MetalTek Blog that may help. If you prefer to deal with your local representative, click here to conduct a search and obtain their contact information.

[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I obtain a MSDS sheet?

MSDS sheets are not published online but are available upon request.  To submit a request for information, please click here or call us at 262-544-7777.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What career / employment opportunities do you have currently?

To view our current job openings, click here or on "Careers" in the menu above.

[fa icon="plus-square"] Which metal casting processes do you use?
[fa icon="plus-square"] Who should I contact if I used to do business with Southern Centrifugal?

Metal castings and Bearium material formerly produced at Southern Centrifugal are now manufactured at our Wisconsin Centrifugal Division.  To learn more, click here.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What are the tooling costs, if any, for a centrifugal casting?

MetalTek has the largest inventory of centrifugal dies in the world.  As a result, in many applications, ZERO tooling costs are likely. To determine if this is the case with your application, please contact us at 262-544-7777 or complete an inquiry form here.

[fa icon="plus-square"] How can I get assistance in selecting the right alloy for my application?

One of the main pillars of the MetalTek Brand is Metallurgical and Technical Collaboration so know we are here to help.  You have several options. Feel free to call us directly at 262-544-7777 to speak with an Inside Sales Engineer or one of our Metallurgists.  If you prefer to submit your questions by using a form on our website, you can do that by clicking here. If you are not ready to reach out to us quite yet, you can download our "Where Used Guide" here that provides common alloys and some of their typical uses. If you prefer to deal with your local representative, click here to conduct a search and obtain their contact information.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What is your lead-time?

Your Sales Engineer will quote a lead-time for each inquiry depending on complexity of the product and current workload.  If this does not meet your needs, please let us know and your needs will be further reviewed and we will do everything we can to meet your needs.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What pertinent information should I put on my Purchase Order (PO)?

The more information, the better.  However, the following items are considered pertinent: detailed dimensions, alloy, quantities, desired lead time or ship date, and specifications.  Please note that specifications include testing requirements, certifications, packaging, and any special needs you may have. Feel free to consult your Inside Sales Engineer if in doubt.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What type of information do you need from me to provide an accurate quote / proposal?

The more information, the better.  However, the following items can insure we provide you with an timely and accurate quote: A drawing or detailed dimensions, alloy, quantities, desired lead time or ship date, and specifications.  Please note that specifications include testing requirements, certifications, packaging, and any special needs you may have. Feel free to consult your Inside Sales Engineer if in doubt.

[fa icon="plus-square"] Where can I find a glossary of casting or metallurgy terms?

To see our glossary of metal casting and metallurgy terms, click here.  Credit: Steel Founders' Society of America (SFSA).

[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I obtain Stress Rupture, LCF, or Larsen Miller information for your alloys?

This information is not published online but is available upon request.  To submit a request for information, please click here or call us at 262-544-7777.

[fa icon="plus-square"] Does MetalTek International products / alloys comply with the Dodd-Frank Act?

Products MetalTek International manufactures are in compliance with Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act pertaining to conflict minerals.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What certifications do you have?

Certifications range from ASME to NADCAP to Pressure Equipment Directive (PED). To see the complete list, click here.

[fa icon="plus-square"] Do you cast parts out of aluminum or titanium?

No, MetalTek does not pour these alloys. To review alloys that we routinely pour, click here or "Alloys" above. 

[fa icon="plus-square"] What do I do if my question is not listed here?
You have a few options. Feel free to call us directly at 262-544-7777 to speak with an Inside Sales Engineer.  If you prefer to submit your question by using a form on our website, you can do that by clicking here. If you prefer to deal with your local representative, click here to conduct a search and obtain their contact information.