In 1984, Steloy Castings began as Steloy Precision Castings, a steel and alloy casting company founded in response to a need for a specialist foundry flexible enough to provide high levels of customer service but with the technical expertise to cater for specialist needs.
Today, Steloy has grown from a base of 25 employees operating out of a 2600m2 facility, to becoming the most advanced specialist foundry group in South Africa – a position achieved through an unwavering dedication to and passion for quality, service excellence and timely delivery in everything we do.
At Steloy Castings, we supply a full range of stainless steel, super alloyed and carbon steel components to markets as diverse as pump and valve manufacturers and the petrochemical, heat treatment, cement, chemical, glass, paper, steel, ferro-alloy, aluminium, rolling stock and power generation industries. Spun tube is produced at South Africa’s only stainless steel centrifugal casting plant, which forms part of our Chamdor plant.
Steloy Castings operates in accordance with established quality assurance systems. Both our Cobalt and Tungsten Street plants are SABS ISO 9001:2008 listed, underwritten by SANAS and RvA, while the Chamdor plant has TÜV (Rheinland) ISO 9001:2008 certification, making us the first South African PED-certified foundry and material supplier.
Steloy Castings (Pty) Ltd is proud to be independently verified as a Level 6 B-BBEE (Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment) Contributor.
Over the past 25 years, Steloy Castings has achieved some notable milestones that have contributed to the strong position that we now occupy in the industry:
1984: Construction of the sand-casting foundry took place in Ekandustria, Bronkhorstspruit
1985: First pour commenced
1991: First independent sand foundry in SA to achieve ISO 9002
1994: Steloy acquires PD Foundries, a Johannesburg based iron and steel jobbing foundry
1998: PD Foundries moves to Ekandustria
2001: Steloy Stainless Precision Castings and PD Foundries merge to form Steloy Castings with two operational divisions, Cobalt Street and Tungsten Street
2005: Steloy Castings acquires Rely Metpro in Chamdor, Krugersdorp, gaining SA’s only high-alloy steel centrifugal casting facility
2006: First SA foundry to receive European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) accreditation
2014: 30th Anniversary within the industry