We are supplier of and SS & MS boiler shields that are made of premium quality steels sourced from reputed vendors. The boiler shields are extensively used for the improvement of boiler’s life span. Shielding can be provided as per the drawings or the requirements set by Customers. Boiler shields are generally used in protecting boiler tubes in high temperatures areas like Super heater, Economizer or heat transfer area tube.
Mechanical Seal are used in Pumps to avoid the leakage from DE and NDE side of pumps. We can customize the seals as per client’s requirement or we can manufacture as sample provided by client. Mechanical Seal is also the regular requirement for industry as seal life is about 1 year. After that it needs to be replaced with new one. Also we can recondition or modify the old seals.
Pump Seal are used in Pumps to avoid the leakage from DE and NDE side of pumps. We can customize the seals as per client’s requirement or we can manufacture as sample provided by client. Pump Seal is also the regular requirement for industry as seal life is about 1 year. After that Pump Seal needs to be replaced with new one. Also we can recondition or modify the Pump Seal old seals.
Expansion bellow are used to accommodate the thermal expansions in the Pipe or Duct in the system. We can supply Expansion bellow in Metallic (SS, MS material) and Non- Metallic (Rubber) type. Usually this bellows are required in Coal Pipe, Air or Flue gas Duct.
Rubber Expansion Joints: Our range of rubber expansion joints are known for exhibiting qualitative features that makes them apt to withstand harsh weather conditions. These are available at industry leading prices.
SS Expansion Joints: We are engaged in offering an exclusive range of Metal Expansion Joints, which are made by using very high quality raw material. These Metal Expansion Joints are widely finds its valuable applications in various industrial sectors. These are in various sizes and designs at most affordable prices.
Metal Expansion Joints: We are engaged in offering an exclusive range of Metal Expansion Joints, which are made by using very high quality raw material. These Metal Expansion Joints are widely finds its valuable applications in various industrial sectors. These are in various sizes and designs at most affordable prices.
Fabric Expansion Joints: We are engaged in offering Fabric Expansion Joints. These Fabric Expansion Joints widely appreciated by our clients which are situated all-round the nation. We offer our range at most affordable prices. Fabric Expansion Joints are designed and manufactured under the guidance of skilled professionals in compliance with the set quality standards.
Fluidisation Pads: These pads are used in ESP or AHP hopper. After certain period of time this need to be replaced with new one.
Thermowell: Thermowells are tubular fittings used to protect temperature sensors installed in industrial processes. A thermowell consists of a tube closed at one end and mounted in the process stream. A temperature sensor such as a thermometer, thermocouple or resistance temperature detector is inserted in the open end of the tube, which is usually in the open air outside the process piping or vessel and any thermal insulation. The process fluid transfers heat to the thermowell wall, which in turn transfer heat to the sensor. These are requirement of Blast Furnace and Boiler working at high temperatures. We can provide all type of temp sensors with thermowell
Ball bearings are the most common and most used type of bearing found in a number of objects. Also known as anti-friction bearings, ball bearings are small metallic or ceramic spheres used to reduce friction between axles and shafts in numerous applications. These bearings are able to handle both thrust and radial loads, and are used for applications where the load is relatively small. Load in a ball bearing is transmitted from the outer surface to the ball, and from the ball to the inner surface. Since the ball is spherical in shape, it contacts the inner and outer race at a very small point, which helps it spin evenly and smoothly. But the contact area holding that load is very small, so if the bearing is overloaded then the balls can deform, ruining the bearing. Ball bearings are often used in individual cages to reduce friction in axle assemblies or in a series to absorb the weight placed on a moving part.
Roller bearings use cylinders instead of spheres that means the contact between the inner and outer race is a line not a point. Thus the load is spread over a larger area enabling the bearing to handle greater loads than ball bearings. Roller bearings are used in conveyer belt rollers where they hold heavy radial loads, however these bearings are not designed to handle much thrust loading.
Roller bearings are found in different varieties, such as spherical roller bearings, needle roller bearings, cylindrical roller bearing, thrust roller bearing, tapered roller bearing, etc.
Needle Roller Bearing
Needle roller bearings are special roller bearings having slender cylindrical rollers that enable them to bear highest load capacity for a given radial space of all rolling-element bearings. Needle roller bearings are ideal for applications where high radial load carrying capacity is required but radial space is limited. Such bearings also suit applications where high rotational speed is involved but cannot accommodate axial loads.
Compared to the ball bearings, needle bearing have a large surface area that is in contact with the bearing outer surfaces. Additionally they are more compact because there is less difference between the diameter of the shaft and the diameter of the bearing. Thrust needle bearings are flat and use a radial pattern of needles while radial needle bearings are cylindrical and use rollers parallel to the axis of the shaft.
Needle bearings are primarily used in engine components like pumps, compressors, rocker arm pivots, and transmissions.
Tapered Roller Bearing
Tapered roller bearings use conical rollers that run on conical races. Both the inner and outer raceways are segments of cones and the rollers are also made with a taper. Unlike other roller bearings, they support both radial and axial loads, and are able to carry higher loads. The conical geometry of tapered roller bearings provide a larger contact patch, which allows greater loads to be carried as compared to spherical (ball) bearings. The geometry ensures that the tangential speeds of the surfaces of each of the rollers are same as their raceways along the whole length of the contact patch and no differential scrubbing occurs. This greatly reduces rolling friction and avoids rapid wear. Taper roller bearings are used in the wheel bearings of most trucks, buses, cars, and so on. Due to manufacturing complexities, tapered roller bearings are generally more expensive than ball bearings.
Spherical Roller Bearings
Rollers used in spherical roller bearings are thicker in the middle and narrow at the ends, and its race is shaped to match. They can adjust to support misaligned loads.
The constructions of spherical rollers are complex and difficult to produce so they are expensive. Apart from that these bearings have higher friction compared to ball bearing because different parts of the spherical rollers run at different speeds on the rounded race. Thus there are opposing forces along the bearing/race contact increasing the friction.
Spherical bearings are used in numerous applications where rotational motion changes the alignment of its axis of rotation. One of its important example is a tie rod on a vehicle suspension. Other important uses of spherical bearings have been in car suspensions, trackballs, computer mouse, heavy machinery, sewing machines, drive shafts, etc.
Thrust bearings are a particular type of rotary bearing that allow rotation between parts used but they are designed to support axial loads like vertical shafts for which spherical, conical or cylindrical rollers are used. They are used in gear sets like in car transmissions between gears and between the housing and the rotating shafts.
Thrust bearings are of different varieties. Ball thrust bearings are composed of ball bearings supported in a ring. They are used in low thrust applications where the radial load is very small. Thrust roller bearings are made of small tapered rollers arranged so that their axes converge at a point on the axis of the bearing.
Industrial Valves: Industrial Valves offered provide for reliable sealing support as well as are designed to deliver stable working support. Further, these are easy to open and close as well as can be made available in diameter choices of DN50 to DN600 as well as in nominal pressure of PN10/PN16. Some of its features include suitable for working in temperatures of -40°C to 120°C; different surface treatment options; suitable for use in portable water, sewage disposal, irrigation, fire protection pipe system an others; option of OEM finish configurations.
Start/stop valves are used for systems that do not need the flow throttled. The valve opens to allow flow and closes to stop flow. They are also known as on/off service or block valves. These valves are often used with a manual hand wheel, but can be automated with an actuator. Start/stop valves are used when flow needs to be diverted or for mixing applications when exact measurements are not required. Automated start/stop valves are used in safety management systems to immediately shut off the system in an emergency situation. Some start/stop valves can be considered self-actuated valves because their mechanisms operate based on system flow without direct input from the operator. Relief valves are also used to protect the system from over-speed flow by immediately closing if a downstream pipeline is broken or blocked. For systems with air or gas, on/off valves can be used to regulate the pressure through the piping and protect against overpressure by allowing gas out of the piping.
Throttle or control valves control the speed and capacity of flow, temperature, or pressure, through a system. Control valves can be moved into any position, including fully opened and fully closed. They can be operated with a manual hand wheel or can be equipped with an automated actuator. Actuation systems provide greater thrust and positioning capacity. Pressure regulators are responsible for varying the valve’s position to maintain constant pressure downstream. The regulator opens and closes to increase or decrease the pressure in the system.
Non-return or check valves control the direction of flow. Flow in the desired direction opens the valve, while flow in the opposite direction forces the valve closed. These valves are important for preventing backflow to systems in applications such as wastewater management and in process systems that have varying pressures and must be kept separate.
Gate valves Linear motion valves used to start and stop flow. The valve is completely opened when the disk is removed from the flow stream. Classification of gate valves is made by the type of disk used: solid wedge, flexible wedge, split wedge, or parallel disk.
Globe Valves: Linear motion valves used to start, stop and regulate flow. The disk moves perpendicular to the seat to open or close the flow so the annular space between the disk and seat ring gradually changes. There are three body designs for globe valves: Z-body, Y-body, and angle and three designs for the disk: ball disk, composition disk, and plug disk.
Ball valves: Rotational motion valves used to start, stop or throttle flow. The valve uses a ball shaped disk with a hole in it. When the valve is opened the hole of disk is turned in-line with the direction of the flow. When the valve is shut, the ball is rotated so that the hole is perpendicular to flow direction.
Plug Valves: Rotation motion valves used to stop and start fluid flow. The disk is a solid tapered or cylindrical plug with a bored passage at the right angle to the longitudinal axis of the plug. When open, the plug lines up with the inlet and outlet port of the valve body. The plugs are either round or cylindrical with a taper. Plug valves are easy to adapt
: Linear motion valves that are used to start, regulate, and stop fluid flow. The disk is flexible and seals with the seat in an open area at the top of the valve body.
: Automatic valves that reduce supply pressure to a preselected pressure. The supply pressure must remain at least as high as the selected pressure
Pinch valves: The simplest of any valve design. Pinch valves consist of a sleeve molded of rubber or other synthetic material and a pinching mechanism. The pinching mechanism, a bar or gate, is lowered onto the valve body to cut off the flow through the system.
Butterfly Valves: Rotary motion valves that can be used in on-off and throttling systems. They are quick and easy to operate. The flow control element is on either a vertical or horizontal axis and is opened when the handle is rotated 90 degrees and closed when the valve is turned an additional 90 degrees.
Water Butterfly Valves: Rotary motion valves that can be used in on-off and throttling systems. They are quick and easy to operate. The flow control element is on either a vertical or horizontal axis and is opened when the handle is rotated 90 degrees and closed when the valve is turned an additional 90 degrees.
Needle Valve: Needle valves have a long, tapered, needle-like point that is used to make relatively fine adjustments in the amount of fluid flow. They are sometimes used as component parts for other valves because the needle allows for a gradual change in the size of the fluid flow opening.
|Material||PVC, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Brass/Bronze|
|Media||Air, Water, Gas, Fuel, Powder/Solids|
Check Valve: Check valves are used in systems employing gate valves because they prevent the reversal of flow in the piping system and there is a low pressure drop across the valve. The pressure of the fluid through the system opens the system, while the weight of the check mechanism will close the valve if the flow is reversed.
Pressure Relief Safety Valve: A relief valve opens slowly as the pressure increases about the set-point and only opens as necessary. A safety valve rapidly opens as the pressure setting is reached and will stay open until the pressure is lower than the actuating pressure set-point. Both valves are used to prevent damage by relieving accidental over- pressurized fluid systems.
Low Alloy High Tensile Used for construction of heavy duty mining and earth moving equipments. It is ideal for steels subjected to dynamic loading conditions like bridge girders, penstocks etc
Steam Traps offered comprise devices that are used for discharging condensate as well as non-condensable gases with negligible consumption/loss of live steam. With opening and closing done automatically, these provide for important functions involving discharging condensate as soon as it is formed including discharging air and other non-condensable gases.
Graphite Gasket: Being the most respected organization guided by experienced and knowledgeable professionals, we provide an enormous assortment Flexible Graphite Gasket. Widely praised for its unique properties such as compressibility and excellent resiliency, this graphite gasket is designed using the finest quality graphite containing no binders and modern technology. To meet the various requirements of our clients, offered gasket is available in variegated designs and specifications.