Infrastructure2018-12-20T05:35:09+00:00

Infrastructure

With constant effort & dedication it has grown into one of the finest & most reliable company.

Being ISO-9001:2008 certified company we are top-notch manufacturer of Steel Strips, Coils & Sheets. Our extensive array of product comprises of Cold Rolled Steel, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminized Steel, Carbon Steel, Spring Steel, Electrical Steel, Coated Steel Strips, Hot Rolled Steel & more.

Units located in Taloja & Mumbai (Maharashtra) are specially prepared for handling & Storing strips coils. Equipped with high precision machines which are run by dedicated skilled workers. With testing lab built in house, has facilitated in constant checking of material at every stage, ensuring the quality.

Our in-house infrastructure includes three process :

Slitting is a process of cutting larger width coils into narrower width coils with repetitive accuracy at a high speed. The process begins with the fitting of large steel coils onto an uncoiler drum whereby it is uncoiled and fed through a leveller to be flattened. Subsequently, the sheets are fed through a slitter to slit the sheets into strips of specific width. After slitting, the strips are relayed through tension pads or synchro-wind rolls to provide tension prior to the recoiling process. The tensed strips are then recoiled using a recoiler to form slitted coils.

Our various Slitting lines are capable of slitting coils with following specifications:

Parameters Range
Material CR / GP / SS / HR / NO / GO / AL
Thickness 0.05 mm to 12.00 mm
Width – Mother Coil 50mm to 1890mm
Min Width that can be slitted 3.5mm
Tolerance Width ±0.10mm upto 2.00mm thk & ± 0.20mm above 2.00mm thk
I.D of Slit Coils 75mm / 135mm / 140mm / 150mm / 160mm / 220mm / 300mm/ 330mm / 400mm / 500mm / 600mm

Shearing is a process of cutting the steel coils into sheets and/or plates into pre-determined lengths. The process begins with the fitting of large steel coils onto an uncoiler drum whereby it is uncoiled and fed through a leveller to be flattened. Subsequently, the sheets are fed into a motorised shear to be cut into pre-determined lengths. After shearing, the steel sheets and/or plates are levelled again to avoid the waving effect. The sheared sheets and/or plates are then automatically stacked by a stacking machine which controls the number of sheets per stack.

Our shearing / cut to length machines are capable of shearing coils with following specification:
Parameters Range
Material CR / GP / SS / HR / NO / GO / AL
Thickness 0.5mm to 15mm
Width – Mother Coil Min 19mm to Max 2000mm
Length 250mm above

Industrial metal coatings are added to the metal to provide an extra layer of protection from mechanical and environmental conditions. This can greatly improve the performance and extend the working life of treated parts and components.

There are four commonly used methods of applying metal coating to steel surfaces. These are hot-dip galvanizing, thermal spraying, electroplating and sherardizing. The latter two processes are not used for structural steel work but are used for fittings, fasteners and other small items. In general the corrosion protection afforded by metallic coatings is largely dependent upon the choice of coating metal and its thickness and is not greatly influenced by the method of application.

Hardness is a characteristic of a material, not a fundamental physical property. It is defined as the resistance to indentation, and it is determined by measuring the permanent depth of the indentation. More simply put, when using a fixed force (load) and a given indenter, the smaller the indentation, the harder the material. Indentation hardness value is obtained by measuring the depth or the area of the indentation using one of over 12 different test methods.