In 1910, Ryder Heil Bronze opened its doors with just its foundry. After adding a machine shop in 1928 Ryder needed to keep up with customer demand, and by the 1970's they added a new foundry. Now part of Ryder-Heil's nearly 45,000 sqft manufacturing facility, its foundry is capable of casting a large number of alloys for all their customers' needs.
- Tin Bronzes
- Leaded Tin Bronzes
- Aluminum Bronzes
Our most popular alloys:
At Ryder-Heil Bronze, we pride ourselves in providing our customers with what they need. If you don't see something your looking for, contact us and we'll be glad to work with you to fulfill your needs.