“M/S. MANGESH ALLOYS “ is a foundry located in Belgaum Karnataka. It is an ISO 9001 : 2015 certified company producing Gray castings since 2001. We specialize in the casting and machining of products to specific customer requirements, with fast "turn around" through effective production methods. We have a wide range of production feasibility from 0.5kg to 300kg with multiple core assembly. Intricate castings with multiple core requirements are produced. Our clientele includes costumers from agriculture, power generations, construction & hydraulics. We also offer design assistance and pattern making if required. Mangesh alloys offers a fully capable manufacturing ecosystem that effectively meets the wide-ranging demands of customers.
Our main aim is to produce quality castings and service which meet the well-defined needs and satisfy the customer committed expectation.
To develop and refine a variety of systems and techniques to produce metal castings of a consistently high quality and in a time and cost-effective manner
Because of a fortunate combination of engineering properties, availability, excellent casting characteristics and favorable cost, grey irons are produced in tonnages exceeding all other castings. Gray cast iron is having a chemical composition such that after solidification, a large portion of its carbon is distributed throughout the casting as free or graphic carbon in “flake form". Gray cast iron always presents a Gray sooty surface when fractured.
Ductile Iron is also known as Spheroidal Graphite Iron, SG Cast Iron, Nodular Cast Iron, Spherulitic Graphite Cast Iron is a type of cast iron that has been treated while molten with an element such as magnesium or cerium to induce the formation of free graphite as nodules or spherulites. The ductile iron family offers the design engineer a unique combination of strength, wear resistance, fatigue resistance, and toughness, as well as excellent ductility characteristics. The common defining characteristic of this group of materials is the shape of the graphite. In ductile irons, the graphite is in the form of nodules rather than ”flakes” as it is in grey iron.