About Us

With over 40 years of experience in the industry, Kilner & Hutchinson has established itself as a cast iron foundry in the UK, trusted by customers around the world to provide high quality castings.

We take a great deal of pride in our highly personalised service, working closely with our customers to tailor our services completely to their needs, and building lasting relationships that see those in the oil and gas, industrial, engineering and architectural sectors return to us time and time again. At our cast iron foundry based in the UK, we manufacture products from cast iron, SG and Ni-Resist metals

Highly skilled, high standards

We have invested heavily in plant, equipment and training over our many years in business, with our team – and our work – meeting the highest possible standards at all times. Quality is absolutely at the centre of everything we do, whether it’s a one-off, or volume production.

A full-service foundry

Our goal is always to give the most extensive service we can to our customers. We provide support and assistance with every stage of the cast iron production process, from pattern making and creating cast iron moulds to testing, machining and certification.

Manufacturing heritage

Our Huddersfield, West Yorkshire foundry site means we are embedded in an area with exceptional manufacturing heritage. Our customers come from across the UK, and around the world, thanks to our reputation – and the reputation of our home county. After 40 years in business, our knowledge, computerised production processes and quality are second to none.

Learn more about Kilner & Hutchinson

Take a closer look at our specialist cast iron expertise in pressure containing parts, fluid movement, engineering and architecture, learn more about our full range of services, or get to know more about our work by browsing some of our recent projects.


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