For over 60 years, we have used cast iron and steel to produce the most important parts of a world in motion.

We are a jobbing foundry with a production capacity of around 15,000 tonnes/year. For over 60 years, we have made castings in various types of cast iron to meet the main international standards, destined for a variety of different applications in the major sectors of production.


During the 1970s, an astute strategic choice led us to specialise in the production of components mostly destined for the dynamic Automotive market. This included components not just for cars, but also for light commercial vehicles, lorries, tractors and earthmoving equipment.


Over the years, global competition encouraged us to specialise in three main types of cast iron products:

Fa Group prodotti complessi ad alta intensità di anime

Geometrically complex products requiring the use of many cores, made from GG and GS, sometimes with special metallurgical techniques and for safety applications. This product family includes different motor components (fly-wheels, fly-wheel covers, mounts, crankcase bases, cylinder heads, oil pans and caps) and vehicle components (semi axles, steering knuckles, differential and gear housings, wheel hubs, suspension arms, brake callipers, compressor bodies, ventilated brake discs for trains, hydraulic distributors, valve bodies, gear unit bodies, hubs and covers).

Prodotti resistenti alte temperature per motori Fonderia Assisi FA Group

Products with high-temperature resistance, destined for engines and made from GSSiMo, GSSimoCr, GSSiMoNi, NiRe. This product family includes such components as exhaust manifolds, turbo exhaust manifolds, simple and twin scroll turbine housings, central housings cooled with oil and water, exhaust system components and EGR valve bodies.

Componenti in Ghise alto legate resistenti alla usura Fonderia Assisi FA Group

Components made from wear-resistant, high-alloy cast iron, destined for industrial applications. This product family includes concrete mixing paddles, liner plates for concrete mixers, and linings for crushers of waste and various materials.

In 2011, in light of the increased temperatures of exhaust gases (particularly in petrol engines) requiring even more heat-resistant materials, we began to produce castings in 1.48.37, 1.48.48 and 1.48.49 high-alloy stainless steel on a new automatic shell-moulding line. With a capacity of 1,100 tonnes/year, it is dedicated mainly to the production of thin-wall exhaust manifolds, turbo manifolds and turbine housings, as well as components for the chemical, oil and gas, nautical and food industries.


The production, painting and drying of the shells and cores, as well as assembly thereof, is fully internal; handled by our modern and efficient department through highly automated cold and hot processes and in full compliance with the most stringent international environmental standards.

The deburring and finishing of castings, any necessary heat treatments, inspections, painting, packaging and shipping are almost entirely outsourced to a company within the group located close to the foundry, in order to simplify production flows. This company uses the most modern methods available, automating and humanising the processes and keeping them under strict quality control, thus minimising our dependence on external suppliers.


Finally, there is a great focus on issues of workplace safety and respect for the environment — both highly pertinent topics in foundries — through constant, dedicated investments, adequate training and awareness programmes for personnel, and the regularly updated certification of relevant processes.


We are aware that ours is a difficult and potentially hazardous occupation which requires care, skill, continual training, and safe, cutting-edge technologies. At the same time, we are proud of playing an important part in the Green Economy and the Circular Economy, which have recently received much attention at global levels.



In fact, we re-use secondary raw materials derived from other processes, giving them new life by transforming them into new products; and in turn we produce secondary raw materials to be re-used by other industries, like brick and cement-making, thus helping to save energy and scarce natural resources as well as respecting the environment.

This means that our clients can count on our company to be ethically, socially and ecologically active and responsible.