Cast Alloys & Technical Info

Our products are utilized in various High Temperature, High Wear, High Corrosion, High Strength, Stressed Components and Extremelty Demamding applications and Environments.

Our Conventional Metallurgy High Speed steel (HSS) and Tool steel is used as raw material by Various Tool Manufacturers for Making all Kinds of Cutting and Shaping tools for metals, wood, plastic and all kinds of materials.

   Our High Alloy, Nickel,High Temprature,Stainless steel and Cobalt based Alloy based castings are made  using Centrifugal , Sand and Investment Casting processes. Typically they are used in temprature ranges between 300 to 1200 degrees centigrade 24/7, 365 days.

High Speed Steel (HSS) M and T Series Tool Steel

We make Conventional Metallurgy High Speed Steel (HSS) M and T Series

Typical alloys grades are High Speed Steel (HSS) M2, M15, M35, M42, T1, T4, T42 and Tool Steel Like H21 etc.

Our Material is 100 % Quality tested and Certified and supplied in Annealed Condition. The supply can be in Black, Peeled or Bright Centerless ground condition.

Overview of the High Speed Steel & Tool Steel Manufacturing Process 

Our High speed steel (HSS) & Tool Steel is made via Ingot Casting, Centrifugal Casting,Open Die Forging,Hot Rolling and Drawing processes.


High Alloy, Nickel, High Temprature, Stainless steel and Cobalt based

Alloy Castings via Centrifugal, Sand & Investment Casting Process

The alloys we cast are various High Alloy Grades like HF, HK, HK-40, HP, HU, HT, In 519, 316L, 310, 304, Stainlesss steel, Inconel 625, Inconel 825, Duplex 2205, 22W, Cobalt Alloys,Stellite, High Chromium Alloys, NiHard etc.

Overview of the Centrifugal casting process

   Centrifugal casting is a process specifically adapted to the production of High Density High Quality cylindrical tubes, pipes, rollers , sleeves or any other axially symetrial parts. Centrifugal castings are made by pouring molten metal into a rotating mould. The metal is solidified in cylindrical shape with high centrifugal and G forces. The casting is usually a fine grain casting with a very fine-grained outer diameter, which is resistant to atmospheric corrosion, a typical situation with pipes. The inside diameter has more impurities and inclusions, which can be machined away.  

The process can also be adopted to produce various other products, using molds that can be permanent or expendable.In Semi Centrifugal Casting The rotational speeds are lower than those used in centrifugal casting. This process is used for making wheels, nozzles, valve bodies etc.

Semi-Centrifugal Casting. 

Benefits of the centrifugal casting process

Solidification happens at up to 120 times the gravitational acceleration, and consequently yields a highly compressed structure.

The process is gravity and pressure independent.

Mechanical properties substantially better as compared to static casting (can be compared with forged parts)

The Directional solidification of the casting, yielding a very uniform structure, free from inclusions and blow holes.

Not restricted to patterns (moulds, being permanent, mostly used from the extensive stock)

No restriction on tube thickness and weight (dependent on mould size).

No runners or risers are required for making of the product.

Practically any material can be cast ranging from low-alloy to iron-free materials, e.g. Cr-Ni-Mo.

Composite and Bimetallic castings can also be produced for e.g.: to make a hard outer and ductile inner layer.

The absence of anything preventing contraction during solidification results in castings with minimal residual stress.

Overview of the Sand Casting casting process

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Overview of the Investment Casting process

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