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Travis Pattern & Foundry, Inc.


1413 E. Hawthorne Road
Spokane, WA 99218
Phone: (509) 466-3545
Fax: (509) 467-6465

Aluminum Castings

Aluminum Casting

Travis Pattern & Foundry is the largest privately owned provider of aluminum castings west of the Mississippi. Annually we experience an output of 7 million lbs of aluminum which is shipped world wide as both finished products and raw ingot. While the majority of our work consists of larger volume orders, our job shop style manufacturing model allows for the greatest product flexibility while maintaining the shortest possible lead times. Our primary molding methods consist of the green sand, permanent mold, and no bake processes. If you are looking for a premier west coast foundry give us a call.

Bronze Castings

Bronze Casting

Bronze is a vague term that has grown to encompass a multitude of copper alloys that contain such elements as tin, silicon, and aluminum. Bronze is stronger and harder than most common casting alloys making it a desirable material for components that demand such properties. Bronze is also quite conductive making it ideal for power transmission applications.

Cast Iron

Cast Iron

Our Iron casting division is large enough that it requires its own dedicated facility. Known as Travis Iron Works, this 40,000 square foot facility provides Iron castings for major industries through out the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Company Information

Travis Pattern and Foundry, Inc.

Founded in 1922 by Paul N. Travis, Travis Pattern and Foundry began as a small business producing patterns for sand casting. As the company grew, nonferrous foundry operations were added and industrial castings became a major part of the business.

The company experienced significant growth in the 1970's when it began producing a proprietary line of irrigation products. Self propelled irrigation systems were developed; then, as the product lines grew, casting operations increased and steel forming and galvanizing capabilities were added.

From the mid 1980's until the present, nonferrous casting operations have increased and more diverse product lines have been added. To support the power transmission industry, Travis Switchgear manufactures disconnect switches of many types and sizes. The acquisition of Product Design Unlimited in 1992 gave us the ability to provide a full range of substation connectors.

Currently residing on a 170,000 square foot campus, this fourth generation family owned company supplies an extensive range of products to a growing number of customers all over the world. Our facility has prevailed among the most modern anywhere. We continue to update our production equipment to keep up with new technology and provide the highest quality products available.