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Gamma Foundries Inc.
115 Newkirk Rd., Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Memberships : AIAG
Industry : Aluminum
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About Company

Gamma Foundries is a non-ferrous sand castings company. We produce aluminum casting, copper base alloy casting and stainless steel sand castings from one-off to thousands for a wide variety of industries.

The foundry pours over 30 alloys including no-lead bronzes. We have both Hunter and Sinto automatic molding machines plus manual machines for lower volumes. Gamma Foundries also has a no-bake molding operation for larger casting up to 3000 lbs in bronze, 1200 lbs in aluminum, and 500 lbs in stainless steel.


Lead Free Castings, Pressure Tight Castings, Copper Alloy Castings, Brass and Bronze Sand Castings, Aluminum Alloy Castings. Gamma Foundries is a modern, lean and responsive company. Our 80,000 square foot facility in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, offers a single-source solution casting, machining and finishing complex parts. Over our fifty years we have acquired considerable expertise in working with all the commercial alloys and numerous specialty alloys incliding NiAlBrz and Cupro Nickel. From the beginning Gamma Foundries has been committed to manufacturing excellence. Our foundries extensive array modern machinery can meet virtually any non-ferrous sand casting requirement.


Contributing to the growth of our customers by offering sand castings with the best industry standards and the support of a trained staff, who is motivated and supported by excellent technical resources that allow our employees and shareholders to benefit.


The Beginning

Gamma Foundries was established in 1959 by the late Andrew Farago and his wife, Elizabeth. The first foundry was located in Richmond Hill approximately two miles from the present location; producing castings up to 650 Ibs. In 1971, the company moved to the plant one location at 75 Newkirk Road which was more than double the original facility at 7,500 square feet.

The Next Step The Beginning

In 1980, entrepreneur Paul Helliwell purchased 50% of the company, bringing a progressive outlook and the necessary capital to fuel a new era of growth. In 1982 the plant doubled in size with the B foundry expansion, plus the addition of plant two at 115 Newkirk Road in 1987. In this plant, a new laboratory was added to maintain the integrity of our alloys and to monitor our five separate sand systems. With two further expansions to this plant during the nineties, Gamma now boasted 115,000 square feet of foundry space. With the retirement of Elizabeth Farago in 1993, Mr. Helliwell acquired her shares and continued to head the operation with our President, Gordon South and Vice President, Erhard Kotowski as minority shareholders.

Expanding Capabilities

After a long search, Gamma purchased Progress Machining Co. in 1998. This added machining capabilities to our foundry and enabled us to further service our customers' needs for finished components. Although Progress Machining was a small operation with five CNC machines, they brought key operational personnel experienced in machining castings to the company. Almost immediately, construction began and in August 1999, a modern 15,000 square foot machine shop behind plant two was completed.

Changing Ownership

In October 2000, Gamma Foundries was acquired by Victaulic Company, the world's leading developer and producer of mechanical piping systems. Victaulic then operated three high volume ductile iron foundries (now five) and understood our industry intimately. In 2003 Victaulic purchased the building at 123 Newkirk to house their Canadian operations. This addition eventually allowed us to close our old foundry at 75 Newkirk and consolidate our foundry production at 115 Newkirk. In 2008 Victaulic change the name of the foundry operation to Victaulic Custom Castings. Their ownership strengthened our position, brought greater resources to develop personnel and processes and allowed us to continue the positive growth that every organization requires to remain vibrant and dynamic.

Changing Back

In July 2013 Victaulic, for strategic reasons, sold the Canadian foundry operation to private interests. At that point we changed our name back to Gamma Foundries. All the foundry technical personnel and our highly skilled workforce transfered to the new/old company.


• We are one of the largest non-ferrous foundries in Canada.
• Over 50% of our product is exported.
• We employ over 90 skilled personnel and cover over 80,000 square feet.
• Our modern foundry produces an extensive array of non-ferrous alloys -- including all commercial brass, bronze and aluminum.
• Full machining to meet our customers' needs is available.
• Gamma complies with ASTM, Federal, Military and other engineering specifications.
• Kanban and pull systems for large volumes ensure efficiency for customers' JIT operations.
• Gamma is a growing company with a reputation for providing quality, price and on-time delivery.
• We are the Best in the Business!

Company NameGamma Foundries Inc.
Business CategoryAluminum
Address115 Newkirk Rd.
Richmond Hill
PresidentAdolfo Quiroga
Year Established1959
Hours of OperationMonday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Company Services
  • Non-ferrous And Stainless Steel Sand Castings
  • Lead Free Castings
  • Pressure Tight Castings
  • Copper Alloy Castings
  • Brass And Bronze Castings
  • Aluminum Alloy Castings
  • Rapid Prototyping
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