Wire products are versatile, economical, lightweight and include carbon steel, stainless steel, galvanized, aluminum, copper, brass, bronze and PVC coated. Aluminum mesh, copper mesh and brass mesh are among the list of wire mesh material types that also include bronze, mild steel, pre-galvanized steel and stainless steel. - Welded Wire Mesh - Woven Wire Mesh - PVC Coated Wire - Cage Mesh - Hardware Wire Cloth Mesh - Hex Netting - Stainless Steel Filters - Stainless Steel Screen - Security Fencing - Wire Mesh Containers - Architectural Wire Mesh - U-Edging
Galvanised (internal use) and stainless steel (external use) Angle Beads for use on traditional wet 2 / 3 coat plaster application. Available in 2.4 and 3.0m lengths in galvanised finish, and 3.0m in stainless steel finish. Angle Bead is used to provide a true, straight corner which protects and reinforces a 2 or 3 coat plaster or render application in its most vulnerable area. One size adjusts for thickness, although larger wings are available for unusually thick plaster / render.Galvanised for internal use or stainless steel for external use.SpecificationAll galvanised materials are manufactured from steel to DX51.BSEN 10142 (g 275). Stainless steel materials are manufactured from steel to EN 10088-2 grade 1.4301 (standard supersedes BS1449 Part 2: 1983 grade 304 S15). Manufactured in accordance with BS6452 Part 1: 1984
We supply union which is highly appreciated among our valued clients for its corrosion resistant and abrasion resistant features. Union is primarily used for converting compressors for the quick release system and is also used for making of hoses.
We offer a comprehensive range of Pipes and Tubes can be readily welded for a leak proof connection. Our range is appreciated for its superior properties in terms of performance, durability and strength.
We bring forth a vast range of forged fittings, that come in a variety of materials, shapes and sizes to meet the specifications and needs of our clients. These forged fittings have got wide eminence amidst our clients owing to their excellent durability and high tensile strength.
We are engaged in offering quality range of Butt-Weld Fittings that finds wide application in various engineering as well as electronic industries. Offered at the market leading prices, the fittings have gained wide appreciation for excellent finish and high tolerance.
We offer Tees, which come in two forms such as equal tee and unequal tee. Fabricated using stainless steel, carbon steel and alloy steel, our range is widely used for connecting pipes of different diameters.
Our high quality Stub Ends are tested and verified for durability, accuracy and precision. The stub ends are provided with a standard weld bevel and can be available in wide ranges.
Our range of Flanges is available in various types such as slip on, blind, weld neck, socket weld, threaded, lap joint, orifice & spectacle blinds, tongue & groove and ring joint.
BFS consists primarily of silicates, aluminosilicates, and calcium-alumina-silicates. BFS forms when slagging agents (e.g., iron ore, coke ash, and limestone) are added to the iron ore to remove impurities. The average chemical composition of the material is the following: CaO 36.50% MgO 7.90% Al2O3 11.70% MnO 1.13 % K2O 0.43 % Na2O 0.22% FeO 1.71 % SiO2 38.73% TiO2 0.69% S 0.86% We have available two different lots of slag GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG The granulated blast-furnace slag is sand-type slag manufactured by spraying high-pressure water jets on a blast-furnace molten slag. We have 3,330 Ton of this material ready for shipment and it can be supplied to the domestic and the overseas markets for cement and ground granulated blast-furnace slag production. AIR COOLED BLAST-FURNACE SLAG This material is manufactured from molten blast-furnace slag by air-cooling process. The product is not crushed and screened. The material at visual inspection appears as formed by lumps of different size. It is classified has a waste with the following EWC Code: 10.02.01. We have available10,300 MT ready for shipment . The material must be crushed in accordance with the specified application and sold as materials for road base course material, rock fiber, coarse concrete aggregates and cement clinker raw materials.
Stainless steel, galvanized steel, pre-painted steel and carbon steel sheets, plates and coils, pipes and tubes, fitting, bar and wire rod.Stainless steel, galvanized steel, pre-painted steel and carbon steel sheets, plates and coils, pipes and tubes, fitting, bar and wire rod
ZINC plays an important role in continuous hot-dip galvanizing. Using the correctly specified grade of ZINC, continuous galvanizing grade (CGG) alloy, or master alloy is key to producing a galvanized product. ZINC Coatings on Steel One of the biggest uses of ZINC is in making protective coatings for steel. The development of the wide range of ZINC coatings arose from two happy accidents of chemistry, the relatively slow and predictable rate of atmospheric corrosion of ZINC compared with steel, and the relative positions of ZINC and iron in the electrochemical series. ZINC will corrode preferentially to give cathodic protection to iron when both are in contact in an aqueous medium. This is used to good effect to protect immersed structures such as ships’ hulls, drilling rigs and pipelines. It also means that any bare areas in a ZINC coating on steel, caused by damage or operations such as cutting or drilling, are still protected by the surrounding ZINC. Other ZINC Coatings Originally, ZINC coatings were applied by hot dip galvanizing. This involves dipping prepared steel in molten ZINC. This was done mainly with fabricated steel or with sheets of steel, many of which were profiled to produce the ubiquitous ‘corrugated iron’. The first development from this was the production of continuous strip steel with a galvanized coating. Refinements of this process today account for the greatest part of the total tonnage of steel carrying ZINC coatings. Standard Specification for ZINC Specifies the chemical requirements and other delivery conditions for 5 ZINC grades, including Special High Grade (SHG), High Grade (HG), and Prime Western Grade (PW). These grades, and scores of nonstandard variations of them, were once all that were available for use by the continuous galvanizing industry. Some are still employed in certain instances, e.g., SHG (99.990% Zn) is used to reduce the aluminum content in coating line zinc baths. The grades in this standard are also used in the general galvanizing and ZINC die-casting industries. ZINC INGOTS Application Mainly used for die-casting alloy battery industry. Widely used in Painting / Printing / Dyeing / pharmaceutical / rubber industry etc Chemical industries, ZINC and other metal alloy plating coating industry. In ZINC plating, manufacture of brass, manganese bronze, galvanized iron, dry battery; as catalyst and reducing agent. Specifications ZINC Ingot 99.995 High quality special high grade ZINC Ingots Zn (purity): 98.7%-99.995% Durability Resistant to abrasion Corrosion free Impact resistance
Specifications , Contents and Usages : Premium Product98.0%Used in electroplating , electroless plating , chemicals , pesticides , mineral processing , tanning , dyeing and other industries First-Grade Product96.0%Used in electroless plating , chemicals , pesticides , mineral processing , tanning , dyeing and other industries Qualified Product94.0%Used in general industries Chemical National Standard GB437--93 : CuSO4.5H2O 96.0% Copper Contained 24.5% Water insoluble Matters 0.2% Arsenic Contained 0.0005% Heavy Metals (measured by Pb) 0.001%