This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in pouring molten pig iron or iron alloys into molds to manufacture castings, (e.g., cast iron man-hole covers, cast iron pipe, cast iron skillets). Establishments in this industry purchase iron made in other establishments.
Cast iron brake shoes, railroad, manufacturing
Cast iron pipe and pipe fittings manufacturing
Cast iron railroad car wheels manufacturing
Castings, compacted graphite iron, unfinished, manufacturing
Castings, malleable iron, unfinished, manufacturing
Castings, unfinished iron (e.g., ductile, gray, malleable, semisteel), manufacturing
Cooking utensils, cast iron, manufacturing
Ductile iron castings, unfinished, manufacturing
Ductile iron foundries
Fittings, soil and pressure pipe, cast iron, manufacturing
Foundries, iron (i.e., ductile, gray, malleable, semisteel)
Gray iron foundries
Industrial molds, steel ingot, manufacturing
Iron castings, unfinished, manufacturing
Malleable iron foundries
Manhole covers, cast iron, manufacturing
Molds for casting steel ingots manufacturing
Molds, steel ingot, industrial, manufacturing
Pearlitic castings, malleable iron, unfinished, manufacturing
Pipe and pipe fittings, cast iron, manufacturing
Pipe couplings, cast iron, manufacturing
Rolling mill rolls, iron, manufacturing
Sewer pipe, cast iron, manufacturing
Soil pipe, cast iron, manufacturing
Water pipe, cast iron, manufacturing
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