The plant has been in operation at Fronberg in Bavaria since 1449. Based on the many years of competency and the technological edge, Fronberg Guss develops and produces high complexity product solutions in manual molding. Our success is based on committed employees who are glad to overcome new challenges.
The ultra-modern melt shop in Fronberg has an annual capacity of up to 18,500 tons of liquid iron. The base materials we use include pig iron, steel scrap, cast iron scrap, and recycled materials. Electricity is used as an energy source. The starting material for the primary molding process is checked continuously for composition using analyses.
In Fronberg parts are produced in volumes of up to 15 tons using the hand mold casting procedure. These are manufactured by our employees in small and medium-sized quantities in factory-like and semi-automated processes using great manual skill and drawing on years of experience. Multiple core shooter systems are used so that even highly complex geometries can be represented. The largest system can even form cores in volume up to 500l automatically and is thus among the largest in Europe. Core packages, polystyrene models and 3D printed cores are also used so that our customers' requirements can be represented as cost-effectively as possible.