Omega Foundry Machinery was formed in 1984 as a result of a management buy out from parent company Baker Perkins. Since that time the company has continued to specialise in the manufacture of equipment for the “chemically bonded” or “no-bake” process. Today, Omega provides state-of-the-art engineering, design and manufacture for Sand Mixing, Mould Handling, Reclamation, Core Making as well as turnkey projects worldwide.
Based in Alberton, Johannesburg this joint venture between Endeco South Africa and Omega Foundry Machinery, UK offers more 60 years combined top quality experience in the design and supply of foundry equipment. Endeco-Omega’s facilities and well-trained personnel provide full market support in terms of installation, service and repairs, spare parts availability and, manufacturing of the complete Omega product range. The company is active in both no-bake and green sand foundry sectors.
Nederman MikroPul, part of the Nederman Group, specialize in industrial air filtration for heavy process industries such as foundries, steel production, aluminum, mineral processing, chemical industry, and many more. Application knowledge and attention to detail has elevated Nederman MikroPul as an engineering and fabrication leader in the area of dust removal and air pollution control.
Clansman Dynamics has a wide range of specifically designed and robust foundry solutions installed globally in some of the toughest environments. Superior reliability and maximum simplicity means more uptime, lower maintenance costs and smoother production. The product range includes, manipulators, grinding units, knock-off hammers, wedges, power-breakers.
Founded in 1924, Otto Junker GmbH has accumulated more than 80 years of experience in the development, design and operation of melting, pouring and heat-treatment systems for the foundry industry as well as for extrusion and rolling mills producing semi-finished products of non-ferrous metals. Otto Junker is a leading manufacturer of medium frequency melting, holding and pouring furnaces that are in operation globally.
Whiting Equipment has manufactured equipment for the primary metals industry since 1884 and provides worldwide industries with a source for virtually all metallurgical equipment and systems involved in the melting, holding and transporting of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals; Electric Arc Furnaces, Ladles, AOD Systems, Transfer Cars, Electric Arc Furnace Upgrades for Steel Mill, Foundry and special applications such as Fused Mineral Oxides,
metal bearing ores, etc.
With more than 90 years of excellent reputation within the foundry industry, A1 Roper started as E.A. Roper & Co. in 1921. A1 Roper is at the forefront of high quality foundry ladle design philosophy and engineering from their UK base in Keighley, Yorkshire. The company is renowned for the world class Roper ‘self-locking’ oil bath range of ladle gearboxes.
More than 30 years of experience with ferrous and non-ferrous foundry technology for robotic finishing of castings and design and manufacturing of equipment for casting cooling, decoring, trimming, deburring, sawing, testing and pre-machining.
Headquartered in Ettenheim-Münchweier, in the south-west of Germany, IBO Anlagenbau has developed the highly successful extraction hood “Tornado” designed in a double-swivelling mode for use on induction furnaces.
Since it was founded in 1974 Euro-Equip has played an important part in modernizing foundries globally to the highest level. Products include the EUR-27 automatic inoculation system and the runner braker which is designed to break runners and gatings i.e. increase density of re-melts to increase efficiencies of the furnace plant.