Food Processing Parts

Castings clean enough to eat

Food processing investment castingEfficient industrial food processing equipment manufacturing techniques and waste reduction capabilities allow PCT to offset the rising cost of stainless steel and aluminum. By eliminating most secondary machining, PCT's investment casting process can minimize the amount of metal used to fabricate stainless steel or aluminum castings used in dairy and meat food packaging and food processing machinery.

Our food processing parts and sanitary castings are lead-free and anti-microbial, meeting all FDA approvals for sanitary meat and poultry handling. PCT's food processing industry experts can engineer new sanitary castings or redesign existing metal parts more efficiently. We specialize in converting multiple-part assemblies into single-piece, near-net shape food processing parts.

Hungry for more? Visit our contact page or call us at 888-775-3590 to learn how Precision Castings of Tennessee's food processing parts are making the food industry safer and less expensive.

 

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