ISO Certified
at all locations
Unprecedented experience
Since 1879
Iron and steel castings
machining and value added services

Meet our Companies

Capabilities: Steel castings 2 – 5,500 pounds. 

Website: temperform.com

We are remarkable.

Temperform is a leading specialty manufacturer of heat, corrosion, and abrasion-resistant steel castings, and machined components.

Temperform is home to Damascus Steel, supplying high-performance manganese-grade steel castings.

Capabilities: Producing large grey and ductile iron castings, 400 – 20,000 pounds.
 
Website: calawton.com
 
Remarkable people. Remarkable results.
 
With 140 years of history, we’ve learned a lot about what works – and that extends far beyond engineering and casting large components. We believe that work is more than a place we go every day. It’s a place of growth, creativity, collaboration, and relationships.
Capabilities: Producing grey and ductile iron castings from 2 pounds to 45,000 pounds.
 

 
Remarkable people. Remarkable results.

Our Minster, Ohio location has a long history with a logistical advantage in a prime manufacturing center. Since our founding in 1896, we have worked hard to source high-quality parts locally and offer wide-ranging engineering and machining services. We currently provide gray and ductile castings up to 45,000 lbs.

Capabilities: Gray and ductile iron castings from 150 to 5,000 pounds.

Website:  pennmarcastings.com

Quality castings on time.

Penn-Mar Castings, LLC. (PMC) foundry has the capacity to pour over 1,000 tons per month. We specialize in 150-5000lb castings. Our air-set, no-bake molding process produces ductile and gray iron castings with excellent machinability, well suited for refrigeration/air conditioning, pump/compressor, and motor/generator product lines. Serving clients worldwide.

PMC has a 97% on-time delivery rate!

Capabilities: Grey iron, austempered ductile, and ductile iron castings up to 250 pounds.

Website:  northernim.com

Remarkable solutions.

Northern Iron & Machine is a full service iron foundry with in-house metallurgical lab and computerized solidification modeling. NIM produces the highest quality machined cast iron parts in three induction melting furnaces. We can produce castings of gray, ductile, and austempered ductile iron from a few pounds up to 250 lbs. and we have the capability to make production quantities as well as short runs.

Capabilities/Products: Continuous cast iron, bronze, and steel.

Website: versa-bar.com

Remarkable iron and alloys: continuous cast iron, bronze bars, and tubing, precision machined components

American Iron supplies continuous cast iron products to fluid power industries, bearing manufacturers, pattern shops, construction industries, and anyone else requiring metallurgically superior cast iron, bronze, steel, and other alloy bars. We are the largest full-line Versa-Bar continuous cast iron master distributor. AIA also stocks, distributes, and machines the most popular grades of bronze bars and tubing.

Wilmington, DE

Capabilities/Products: Wear-resistant steel.

Website: amsco.us

AMSCO® has been providing cost-effective, wear-resistant steel since 1915. They offer innovative design, world-class quality control, and superior customer service. AMSCO®‘s products include wear parts for steel recycling, mining, and waste-to-energy industries.

From personally touring and hand-selecting their foundry partners to tracing castings from start to finish, AMSCO® offers the highest quality castings available in the marketplace. AMSCO® is the exclusive North American dealer for Stahlwerke Bochum GmbH (SWB) differentially heat-treated alloy hammers for the metal recycling industry.

 

Grafton and Menomonee Falls, WI and Anniston, AL

Capabilities/Products: All ductile/nodular grades of iron castings.

Website: ren-mfg.com

Renaissance Manufacturing Group joined Lawton Standard in March of 2024.  RMG casts high-quality multi-ferrous metals with state-of-the-art equipment and metal casting technologies. RMG produces castings in all ductile/nodular grades, compacted graphite (CGI), high-temp grades (simo), high-abrasion grades, ADI, and special grades/chemistries. They serve light and heavy truck, combustion engine, railroad, construction, agriculture, and pump/compressor industries.

RMG’s ductile iron foundry is in Anniston, Alabama. They have a machine shop in Grafton, Wisconsin, and a sales office in Menominee Falls, Wisconsin. Phil Knoebel was president of the standalone RMG. Now, as part of the partnership, Knoebel joins Lawton Standard’s leadership team as head of the RMG-Lawton Standard Sales and Services segment.