heat resistant high alloy steel castings
the bcp way...

     We have fine-tuned the metallurgical composition of our products for over four decades.  The end result?  Heat resistant tube hangers with optimal corrosion / crack tolerance.

     Due to our experience in the foundry business, we can offer top-quality products at a fraction of the cost of our competitors.  Over the years, we have accumulated a wealth of industry knowledge which allows us to produce craftsman quality products at a lower price point than that of the competition.  Unlike foreign providers, we can do this without cutting corners or compromising quality.  We make our 100% satisfacton guarantee warranty based on our 35 years of experience.

     Whether you specialize in OEM or field repairs, our real world experience means your final product or service will perform better, last longer, and require less maintenance over time.


  • Lower Prices
  • Casting Sales: Heat-Resistant Tube & Support Hangers
  • Foundry Consulting & Audits Available
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed 

metallurgy lab

Different TYPES of

tube hangers:


Precise metal control and traceability is assured by a

metallurgy lab.  The lab includes mechanical property testing (as shown above) as well as spectrographic chemical analysis.


Documented inspection can be carried out by one of several methods available. The foundry's nondestructive testing methods include magnetic particle, and dye penetrant inspection. Radiography is available upon request. 






Heat-resistant  -  high alloy steels find their most common use where severe atmospheres are encountered, such as flue gases, and process gases.  A typical application, as shown above, would be tube hangers in a steam generator.

  • Made in the USA
  • Over 100 Pattern Sizes
  • Better Performance
  • Longer Lasting

shell molding

Nondestructive testing

When should high alloy castings be considered?

    Heat-resistant high alloy steel castings are used extensively for applications that involve service temperatures in excess of 1200°F (649°C).  Strength at these elevated temperatures is only one of the criteria by which alloy steels are selected because numerous applications involve different aggressive environments to which the steels must be resistant.  Correct chemical composition is also extremely important for such applications.

The shell molding process is one of several processes used for high production castings.  These processes  offer the following advantages:

  • Excellent casting surface finish
  • Closer dimensional tolerances
  • Consistent pattern  reproduction