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Sustainability & Development

Moradabad, popularly known as “Peetal Nagri”, has potential to develop as leader in Brass Industry, E-Waste treatment and logistic sector. Moradabad has good economic establishment and need to develop the sustainable models to promote industrial environment supportive methods keeping artisans health, pollution reduction and lower production cost in focus.


C69300 Lead Free Brass

As of January 4, 2014, the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requires drinking water products sold or installed for use in public water systems, as well as plumbing in facilities, to meet a weighted average of not more than 0.25 percent lead. The states of California (AB1953), Vermont (S152), Maryland and Louisiana have already instituted these requirements for products currently in the market.

C693 Lead-Free Brass has excellent dezincification corrosion resistance and excellent stress corrosion cracking resistance. One if its unique features is that it is corrosion resistant to chemicals found in water and gas. It has high strength equivalent to stainless steel. It also has good machinability, excellent hot forgeability, easily accepts solder and brazing, and has excellent polishing and plating capabilities. C69300 Lead-Free Brass is compliant with the Federal Drinking Water Act, and it also support applications following the U.S. EPA standards for antimicrobial performance.


Powder Coating

Powder coating is a dry coating process used as a metal finish mostly on industrial equipment. Powder coating is applied as dry powder through an electrostatic process, then cured with heat. It is well known for providing high-quality finishes in terms of both functionality and overall look.

The powder coating finishes are not only sturdy but flexible as well. It can be used on different surfaces, including metal, concrete, steel, and plastic. It’s suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, and it’s one of the most cost-effective finish options.


Spot Welding

Spot Welding is a form of resistance welding also known as Resistance Spot Welding (RSW). Spot Welding involves using heat produced by resistance to an electrical current to join materials together. The current heats the materials to a point where they become malleable. The use of strong pressure bonds them together.
It works by contacting copper alloy electrodes to the sheet surfaces, whereby pressure and electric current are applied and heat is generated by the passage of current through resistive materials such as low carbon steels.
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Etching is traditionally the process of using strong acid or mordant to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design in intaglio (incised) in the metal. In modern manufacturing, other chemicals may be used on other types of material. As a method of printmaking, it is, along with engraving, the most important technique for old master prints, and remains in wide use today. In a number of modern variants such as microfabrication etching and photochemical milling it is a crucial technique in much modern technology, including circuit boards.



The metal sheet embossing operation is commonly accomplished with a combination of heat and pressure on the sheet metal, depending on what type of embossing is required. Theoretically, with any of these procedures, the metal thickness is changed in its composition.

Metal sheet is drawn through the male and female roller dies, producing a pattern or design on the metal sheet. Depending on the roller dies used, different patterns can be produced on the metal sheet. The pressure and a combination of heat actually "irons" while raising the level of the image higher than the substrate to make it smooth. The term "impressing" refers to an image lowered into the surface of a material, in distinction to an image raised out of the surface of a material.



Raising is a specialized process by which sheet metal can be carefully formed, typically using a specialized sheet metal hammer and a block. This is not one of the more common techniques performed in forging, metallurgy or sheet metal working, but it is fairly recognizable in the forms it produces.


Metal Casting

Metal casting is defined as the process in which molten metal is poured into a mould that contains a hollow cavity of a desired geometrical shape and allowed to cool down to form a solidified part. The term ‘casting’ is also used to describe the part made by the casting process which dates back 6000 years. Historically it is used to make complex and/or large parts, which would have been difficult or expensive to manufacture using other manufacturing processes.

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