carbon, alloy, and stainless steel Forging
Unispares India – Forging
Our Forging plant is spread in 10000 sq meters near the capital of India. Unispares India has been a major manufacturing unit in the forging process to get the best quality products that have good durability. We have the latest equipment in place and a skilled workforce to get the excellent forging parts manufacturing process. The forging process we employ is ultimate for applications that require performance and safety features. There is a wide range of metals that can be forged; it includes carbon steel, alloy steel, and stainless steel. Soft metals like aluminum, brass also are forged depending on use. The basic concept of the process is metal is plastically deformed into desired shapes, resulting in better resistance and strength.
Our forging plant consists of many inhouse facilities described below:
Our Well-equipped Tool Rooms
Our top-notch equipment in place ensures that we produce high-quality material at a low price. Our in-house lab helps us with sophisticated vertical machining centers and milling machines, bench drills, radial drills with a computerized monitoring facility helps us to provide quality and accuracy in products.
The die section is well equipped to manufacture turned, blanked, and machined components with skilled workers. After a perfect design of the forging die, we start the manufacturing process. Following are a few die forging processes that differ from product to product based on maximum part strength, custom size, and performance specifications for the application.
The hammer or the power hammer is most commonly associated with forging. Whether a handheld hammer or a massive power hammer, the tool is extensively used to repeatedly hit the metal in order to deform it. As long as it possesses a 50,000 lbs driving force to deliver high-pressure impact blows, a hammer can pound metal into shape, We are equipped with Drop Hammer & Forging Press which enables us to forge a job up to 15 Kgs (33Lbs) in weight.
Raw material check and color code applied
After receiving steel from the manufacturer, a visual and dimensional check of the raw material is done. Additionally, We conduct chemical composition tests & mechanical tests to make sure if the raw material confirms the desired specifications. The stocks of SS and CS material are kept separately for fast access and easy distinction. The color codes are applied as per the color coding scheme to every unit of raw material. The color-coding scheme helps to track the material during the manufacturing process. The test certificate from suppliers for raw material is reviewed. Internal Granule Corrosion testing and ultrasonic testing are done. Marking and cutting the materials are stamped with lot numbers for identification.