Our factory is located in Aligarh with manufacturing area of 26,000 sq. ft. and office block of 8000 sq. ft. Our second production unit is coming up shortly with 35,000 Sq. Ft. covered area. As you take a tour of our manufacturing facility, the emphasis on quality is clearly evident at every stage. From raw materials to the actual Products, there is an adherence to quality standards.
Our Tool Room is equipped with following machinery:
|CNC Engraving and milling machine (for making copper electrodes)||1|
|EDM (with capacity of job size 35 x 50 mm)||2|
|Flat surface table||4|
|Vertical milling machine||2|
The process involves injection of molten metal into a die steel mould under high pressure (1,450-30,500psi) and is allowed to solidify in the cavity inside the mould, and then removed producing a fabricated part. This results in a more uniform part, generally good surface finish and good dimensional accuracy.
We have following machinery for die casting:
|Gravity die casting machine||2|
|Cold chamber Pressure die casting machine (capacity 120T to 400T)||4|
|Automatic Hot chamber Pressure die casting machine (capacity 50T)||3|
|Manual Hot chamber Pressure die casting m/c (capacity 50T to 100T)||3|
15000 aluminium castings per shift of 8 hrs
35000 zinc castings per shift of 8 hrs
Size / Weight capacity:
Aluminium casting up to size 350 x 400 mm and weight up to 3 kg
Zinc casting up to size 200 x 225 mm and weight up to 1 kg
Our Machine Shop comprises of following machinery:
|M1TR milling machine||1|
The most important step in the entire finishing process is the surface preparation of metals and the cleaning process. This is because the appearance and acceptance of the article depend primarily on a sound finish achieved with a clean and active substrate. The desired surface finish is achieved through the following methods:
1. Deburring & descaling: This is done by filing, tumbling and blasting with sand, grit or vapor. This is then followed by pickling process where the component is immersed in acid to remove rust, scale, workshop soil &oil, grease, tarnish, light oxides, dirt and any other material. These should be removed to ensure strong adherence of electrodeposited metal to the piece.
2. Polishing – It is done after the surface has been subjected to grinding or wire brushing. This method alters the surface of the metal through the use of a variety of abrasives: coarse, medium, fine and so on. This operation smoothens the surface of the metal.
3. Buffing – It further smoothens the metal surface and improves its appearance by the application of very fine abrasives to produce different types of finishes (e. g., satin, brushed, mirror finish, etc.)
4. Electrolytic cleaning – this process is performed on the metal surface prior to electroplating. It is more efficient than soak cleaning and considerably minimizes chemical attack on the metal surface.
5. Ultrasonic cleaning – the use of high-frequency waves called ultrasonic waves enhance cleaning efficiency of components with cavities and intricate shapes.
6. Electroplating – Electroplating is a process of coating an object, usually metallic, with one or more relatively thin layer of some other metal like copper, chrome, nickel, etc. by means of electrochemical process. The electroplating process is essentially preceeded by the ultrasonic cleaning process to achieve high quality of surface finish.
7. Electrophoretic Lacquering – The process relies on the migration and deposition of charged particles from a solution (lacquer) onto an opposite-polarity substrate (work piece) under the application of an external power supply. Lacquer coating may be applied by any route from a simple dipping to the more sophisticated electrophoretic method. Some installations replace electroplating completely by using lacquering direct onto base metals to produce replacements for electroplating.
8. Powder Coating – Powder coating is the technique of applying dry paint to a part. The finish is the same as a 2-pack wet paint. In powder coating, the powdered paint is electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the part. The part is then placed in an oven and the powder particles melt and coalesce to form a continuous film.
9. Zinc Plating – Zinc plating prevents oxidation of the protected metal by forming a barrier and by acting as a sacrificial anode if this barrier is damaged. Zinc oxide is a fine white dust that (in contrast to iron oxide) does not cause a breakdown of the substrate’s surface integrity as it is formed.
10. Hot Dip Galvanizing – It is the process of coating iron or steel with a zinc layer, by passing the steel through a molten bath of zinc at a temperature of around 460 °C. When exposed to the atmosphere, pure zinc reacts with oxygen to form zinc oxide, which further reacts with carbon dioxide to form zinc carbonate, a dull grey, fairly strong material that stops further corrosion in many circumstances, protecting the steel below from the elements. Galvanized steel is widely used in applications where rust resistance is needed and can be processed in much the same way as uncoated.
|Vertical Belt grinder||3|
|Powder Coating Plant||1|
|Hot Dip Galvanizing||1|
Inspection And Testing
Finished Products are thoroughly tested before they’re packed
Extra care is taken while packing the pieces in polybag, inner box and master carton so that the pieces do not damage during the transit period.
We also offer Products in the following category:
CNC Turning Pressing / stamping components / Brass casted / forged components
- Quality...without compromise
- Excellent, on-time delivery
- Competitive pricing
- Knowledgeable technical support
- Unmatched customer service and satisfaction
Commitment to defect prevention and continuous improvement while meeting customer requirements at all times— Atul Singhal