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Penticton Foundry would like to welcome our new pattern maker Lee Barber. He comes to the foundry from Ontario and brings over 25 years of experience in critically tolerance pattern making. We look forward to his contributions and know that he is as focused on quality as we are. Welcome Lee.
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In this recently published case study we explore how using machined chrome white iron resulted in eight times the wear life for a fabrication company at a less expensive price than the original fabrication. Check out our case study today.
https://www.pentictonfoundry.com/about-us/resources/penticton-foundry-case-study-machining-chrome-white-iron/
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As we mentioned in a previous post, Penticton Foundry is looking to add some general labourers to our hard-working team. Here is the link to the job posting on our website. If you're reliable, love to learn and pride yourself on doing your job well, then we would love to hear from you.
https://www.pentictonfoundry.com/about-us/penticton-foundry-careers/general-labourer/
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Penticton Foundry, located in British Columbia, Canada, continues to grow and is looking to add general labourers to our hard-working team. Penticton Foundry has a history of promoting from within, on-site training and an industry-leading safety record. We need people like you – responsible, reliable and highly motivated to do the job well the first time. You've got a great work ethic, need little supervision, but can still work as part of a team. If this sounds like you, then apply today by sending a resume to bbendig@pentictonfoundry.com. Make sure to indicate that you are applying for the general labourer position.
Check out our website for more information about British Colombia's largest foundry.
https://www.pentictonfoundry.com/
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If you want a casting made from ASTM A532 to perform as expected, then it needs to be heat treated correctly. Check out our most recent blog post for troubleshooting tips on heat treating chrome white iron.

https://www.pentictonfoundry.com/news/how-heat-treat-astm-a532-high-chrome-white-iron/
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Penticton Foundry wishes everyone a joyous holiday season and a happy new year.
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Penticton Foundry, located in the beautiful Okanagan Valley, British Columbia is hiring a new pattern maker. We offer competitive compensation, on-site learning and a chance to progress within the organization. Check out the details below by clicking the link and apply today.
https://www.pentictonfoundry.com/about-us/penticton-foundry-careers/pattern-maker/
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We are always trying to get better. Part of this means investing in equipment that allows us to provide improved service, lead times and products to our customers. We recently purchased a heat treat oven that will virtually double our heat treat capacity. This has the benefit of shortening our lead times, something that our customers will be pleased with. As BC's largest foundry, we are committed to always exceeding expectations, and acquiring a heat treat oven that doubles our heat treat capacity is one piece of that.
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We had a recent success story in the Oil Sands using ASTM A532. The original goal was to ensure that key liners in a blending vessel did not wear through for at least a year (as this was when the company scheduled their inspection of the interior). A most recent inspection, however, revealed that the liners are estimated to last for 5 years, far exceeding our original goal. Read more about our most recent success in the case study below.

https://www.pentictonfoundry.com/news/oil-sands-success-story-astm-a532/
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The new ASM Handbook Volume 1A is finished and ready for sale. Our very own Brian Bendig, Penticton Foundry's President and General Manager, worked with Richard B. Gunlach and Harry Tian on the section “Specification, Selection, and Applications of High-Alloy Iron Castings,” in the “High-Alloy Iron Castings”
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http://www.asminternational.org/search/-/journal_content/56/10192/27330787/PUBLICATION




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