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The Industrial Company for Casting (Saudi Cast) is a modern iron and steel foundry located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It was established in 1972. The production capacity is 1000 tones per month of gray iron, ductile iron, and steel castings.




Saudi Cast Employes 200 professionals from fifteen different nationalities. Castings are supplied to local and regional markets. The company is associated with a number of research and technology institutions around the world, it is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, and is listed in the Lloyd's register. And our products are approved by the Saudi Arabian Standards Organization (SASO), and by Dubai Central Labs (DCL), click here to view more details




Patterns & Tooling

Patterns & Tooling equipment are made in either aluminum, wood or a composite of aluminum and special resins. Patterns are produced in-house on specialized CNC routers ensuring accuracy, rigidity and durability.


Production

The production is carried out on state-of-the-art, high-pressure automatic molding lines. Metal is melted in medium-frequency induction furnaces.


Finishing

Finishing and cleaning is performed using specialized robotic arms, ensuring accuracy and speed.

 

The Green Foundry Initiative (GFI)



Mission Statement

  • By continuously acquiring and adopting environmentally friendly equipment, processes and materials, Saudi Cast aims to reducing its impact on the environment. The initiative also aims to raise the safety standards in the work place; as well as the level of job satisfaction for the workforce.

The Saudi Cast Green Foundry Initiative (GFI) is an ongoing project that is divided into three phases:

  • Phase 1: Completed in 2014, phasing-out of all processes which used chemicals

    Completed in 2014, saw the phasing-out of all processes which used chemicals as binding agents (namely formaldehyde). That included the shut-down of the “self-set” foundry which was commissioned in 2006 for the production of heavy castings.
    Today, the old self-set facility is an environmentally-friendly machine shop using the latest in CNC and robotics technology.

  • Phase 2: focuses on air filtration in and around the foundry.

    Focuses on air filtration in the foundry and around the plant's parameters. Four massive air filtration units were installed in strategic points in the foundry to control suspended particles and emission levels. Smaller filtration units are continuesly being added where needed.

  • Phase 3: deals with monitoring, testing, and auditing of daily operations.

    Deals with monitoring, testing, and auditing of daily operations. This is an on-going operation, through which, we continually monitor the air quality inside and outside the work place. In addition to our independent monitoring, we have engaged the services of independent third party concerns to audit our operations, and to suggest “best practices”.