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We are in Gurgaon city & having Two plants very well maintained with following facilities:

  • Well built-up industry with separately identified areas such as Production,Store, Inspection etc.
  • We are having own tool design and development facilities. Also having machine maintenance System.
  • To provide good products on time, we have in-house facility of Heat- Treatment & Plating
  • We have also self-generation Utilities back up.


We have one of our plant with an area of 40k sq meters based out of gurgaon with total and all in house for all production processes such as:


  • Forging is manufacturing process where metal is pressed, pounded or squeezed under great pressure into high strength parts known as forgings. The process is normally (but not always) performed hot by preheating the metal to a desired temperature before it is worked. It is important to note that the forging process is entirely different from the casting (or foundry) process, as metal used to make forged parts is never melted and poured (as in the casting process).
  • The forging process can create parts that are stronger than those manufactured by any other metalworking process. This is why forgings are almost always used where reliability and human safety are critical. But you'll rarely see forgings, as they are normally component parts contained inside assembled items such a airplanes, automobiles, tractors, ships, oil drilling equipment, engines, missiles and all kinds of capital equipment - to name a few.
  • Some of the largest customer markets include: aerospace, national defense, automotive, and agriculture, construction, mining, material handling, and general industrial equipment. Even the dies themselves that make forgings (and other metal and plastic parts) are forged.


  • Zinc Electroplating provides corrosion resistance by acting as a barrier and sacrificial coating. Because zinc is more reactive that steel, the zinc coating corrodes first, protecting the steel substrate. The rate of corrosion of zinc is atleast 10 times slower than that of steel, thus a thin coating of zinc can protect steel for long time.
  • Electroplating process starts with carefully cleaning the fastener surface in alkaline detergent type solutions. It is then treated with acid, in order to remove any rust or surface scales. Thorough cleanliness is essential as the molecular layers of oil or rust can prevent adhension of the coating to the metal surface. Electroplating is done by the process of electro deposition. The fasteners are dipped in a chemical bath containing dissolved zinc. When direct current is applied, the zinc metal at the anode begins to dissolve, and the free metalions reach the cathode to form a thin layer of coating on the fastener. The thickness of zinc plating depends on the time spent in the plating bath, the amount of electric current, and the chemical composition of bath.
  • Electroplating results in smooth, shiny & drip-free surface - preferable for aesthetic reasons. Because it's thin - It doesn't interfere with fastener threads. Also has a significantly lower cost.

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