GIDC, Jamnagar, Gujarat
GST No. 24AABFD4358D1ZV
Gravity die casting
Sand casting furnaces with a casting capacity of 1000 kgs per day. Most sand casting operations use silica sand (SiO2). Manufacture products by metal casting processes, is that sand is very resistant to elevated temperatures. In fact, sand casting is one of the few processes that can be used for metals with high melting temperatures. Sand used to manufacture a mold for the casting process is held together by a mixture of water and clay.A typical mixture by volume could be 89% sand, 4% water, 7% clay. Castings provide great flexibility for the production of non-symmetrical parts. Compared to forgings, sand casting surfaces tend to be rougher and tolerances tend to be greater, and sand inclusions and porosity are sometimes encountered. Where quantities are limited, pieces weigh over 15 pounds and casting surface roughness and tolerances are acceptable, castings would be the economical alternative.
Fully equipped In house tool room with all types of conventional machines. Machining, which includes drilling, tapping, milling, grinding, etc., is often combined with forging to produce a final part. These secondary operations are usually provided by the forging supplier. When intricate parts are produced by assembling two or more machined parts, the assembly should be examined to determine if it could be more easily produced as a single forging.
Fully Measurement by proper Gauge and check manually. The quality control department is equipped with all the necessary testing equipments, used by a technically qualified team. Quality control forms an integral part at every stage right from receipt of raw materials to delivery of finished goods.
Brass Finish are like Antique Finish, Nickle Finish, Satin Finish, Oxydise Finish, Copper Oxy finish mostly apply this process for Brass Hardware and required by customer
Brass Wooden pallet or brass wooden box packing material for export.
The most common containers for bulk packaging are cardboard boxes. For better dent control during shipping, forgers have developed several improved packaging methods such as layering, nesting, and egg crate packaging, where each individual forging is in a separate compartment. These special packaging methods reduce shipping damage although they increase shipping costs slightly.