A number of types furnaces are used in the die casting and foundry industries. Furnace types include reverberatory, electric arc furnaces (EAF), induction furnaces, cupolas and crucible furnaces. There are key manufacturers in the Melting Furnaces and Die Casting Industry. While this page doesn't describe all of them, we hope to give you an overview and description of the major companies.
Since 1983, Dynarad has been a world-wide leader in melting and holding furnaces. Originally known as StrikoDynarad, Dynarad is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the StrikoWestofen Group. In 1999, Dynarad® was purchaded by the StrikoWestofen group renamed StrikoDynarad. StrikoDynarad relocated from California to Holland, Michigan in 1991.
Cal-Miser manufactures energy efficient gas-fired aluminum holding furnaces. Originally design by a die caster, Cal-Miser is known for low-maintenance , easy to operate holding furnaces available. Cal-Miser's features compact design, varying blower speed and high efficiency makes Cal-Miser one of the most practical furnaces available.
Lindberg/MPH builds a full line of both melting and holding furnaces for the die casting and foundry industries including dry hearth and wet batch reverberatory, high efficiency stack (shaft/Tower)melters and immersion furnaces as well as launder systems for hot metal delivery from the melting furnace to the die casting machine.