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Milestones Achieved

1991: We have established a setup for Cast Iron Centrifugal Liners, Piston,as well as Cylindrical Air Cooled Blocks.

1993: We have incorporated Sand Casting Procedure for both Ferrous & Non-Ferrous metals.

1994: We have included the process of Lost Wax Procedure installing the capability of 40 tons every month.

1998: We have upgraded the machinery for producing investment casting for quicker production and superior quality.

2001: We have increased the capability of investment casting production from 40 tons to 80 tons every month.

2003: Our biggest achievement is that we have produced a 175kg single-piece component Using the procedure of investment casting, which is "The First in The World".

2006: We have adopted an online ERP system for smootherflow control of the procedure and better traceability.

2008: Improved the infrastructure of the company with installing new machineries required to make complete process under one roof.

2012: We have got ISO Certification on 9th January 2012.

2013: Our company is approved for the IBR Certification on 23rd May 2013.

2014: On 7th Feb 2014, we have got certification from PED & AD 2000-Merkblatt W0, first in the investment casting field to get the approval from PED & AD 2000-Merkblatt W0 certification for producing single-piece casting having weight of 175kg.

Investment Casting uses the lost wax method, which is not a new one. It is among the oldest known casting techniques and you will find many examples of it used to produce jewelry and statuary. In the initial part of this era, the Investment Casting Technique was used to manufacture gold fillings as well as dental inlays to make artificial teeth, while in 1932, the ceramic block molding process was established using cobalt-chromium alloys to produce orthopedic components and dental applications.

The Second World War has completely changed the scenario of casting techniques and they were used for the introduction of aircraft gas turbines and to strengthen the development of the turbo chargers used in high-flying fighters and bombers. The designers were strained by the investment casting to produce the required high-quality mechanisms.

The era of the 1950’s has seen industry expansion, mostly allied to military and aircraft applications; however, with the knowingly increasing involvements in the overall commercial field during the mid-50’s, the material investment casting range has dramatically increased to copper alloys, original alloys, magnesium alloys, as well as titanium alloys to characterize the process versatility.