CanForge manufactures a comprehensive range of closed die forgings up to 450 pounds (204 kilos). Our closed die forging products are known in the trade for their sound metallurgical.
CanForge forges a wide range of step and smooth shafts; bars up to 40 feet long, 27 inches diameter & 30,000lbs; rolled rings, mandrel rings crane hooks and disks.
CanForge supplies the forgings that will allow the best performance in helicopters as well as military and civilian aircraft. Structural dependability and high strength to weight ratio are critical in this sector.
We take pride in our role as a supplier to our customers in the oil and gas sector who are supporting North American energy independence.
CanForge is an ISO 9001:2008 certified forgings supplier to the North American marketplace. We use our experience and reliability to supply many industry sectors including Oil & Gas, Power Generation (including Nuclear and Wind), aerospace, mining, heavy equipment and have been supplying quality forged components to the United States Defence Industry for many years. Canforge is accredited under the Canadian Government's Controlled Goods Program (CGP). CGP operates in conjunction with the US ITAR program.
CanForge is among the very few companies in North America that has the capabilities required to deliver quality forgings in the three main segments of the forging market – Open Die forging, Closed Die forging and Rolled Rings. We also have expertise in forging shafts & bars, step shafts and bent crane hooks. A one-stop forgings resource. Our steel forgings are produced from high quality stock, including alloy steel, carbon steel, stainless steel and more. Products are manufactured to your custom requirements and specifications. If requested, your forgings undergo heat treating services or rough machining, leaving allowance for your finished dimensions. CanForge provides certification for a forging’s chemical and mechanical properties as well as the results of any testing as determined by customer specifications.
High quantities or low, large forgings, CanForge provides the superior forgings you need. As a number one resource for forgings in the United States and Canadian marketplaces, CanForge commits to providing competitive pricing, meeting exact specifications, and delivering on time.
CanForge commits to providing competitive pricing, meeting exact specifications, and delivering on time.
Open forgings up to 40,000 lbs. We forge Discs, Shafts and Bars, Step Shafts and Mandrell Rings. We work in stainless, carbon and low alloy steel, disc blanks up to 74" diameter and bent crane hooks with strength through the bent grain...Read More
CanForge forges closed die products up to 450 lbs (205 kg) and are known in the trade for their sound metallurgical and physical properties and ability to meet all material specifications and dimensional requirements...Read More
CanForge serves the Canadian and United States markets in nuclear reactor and pressure vessels, off-road equipment, military vehicle, bearings and gears and many other high temperature, high stress applications. Rings up to 128" and 6,000 lbs....Read More
CanForge has been custom forging since 1912. The company operates two plants in Welland, Ontario, Canada in the heart of the Niagara Region. From our inception we have been delivering quality forging products for both United States and Canadian markets. Our proximity to industrial markets and military certifications have served the market well....Learn More
Experience is key when it comes to forging critical components. We have served industries across the United States and Canada such as Aerospace, Road and Rail Transportation, Defence and Power Generation (including Nuclear, Gas and Wind) for the past 100 years, CanForge has established a deserved reputation for quality, reliability and customer service. Just ask our customers...Learn More
CanForge welcomes your enquiries. To receive a prompt, accurate quotation for your forgings needs, please complete the CanForge Request A Quote form. Our Sales Department will respond to your requirements. To contact us immediately please call us toll free at 1-800-263-0440...Learn More