Chromalloy Breaks Ground on $5 M Facility

The new 40,000-sq ft production facility is being built adjacent to the company’s newly operational $30 million industrial investment foundry.

Florida Governor Rick Scott joined Chromalloy officials and employees in February as the company broke ground on a new $5 million ceramic core production facility in Tampa, FL. 

The new 40,000-sq ft production facility is being built adjacent to the company’s newly operational $30 million industrial investment foundry. The ceramic core facility will be built in 2011 and online by the first quarter of 2012.

The company’s new 150,000-sq ft investment casting foundry in Tampa – Chromalloy Castings – was unveiled in December 2010 and is fully online. The foundry expanded the company’s casting capability to pour up to one million pounds of superalloy turbine components and parts for aerospace, aero-derivative and industrial gas turbine engines.

Chromalloy is a large, independent supplier of technologically advanced repairs, coatings, and FAA-approved replacement parts for turbine airfoils and other critical engine components for commercial airlines, the military and industrial turbine engine applications.