Leak-Proof Cast (I) Pvt. Ltd. is a part of the dynamic EDR GROUP of industries. The EDR GROUP, known in the industry as a Power-House of technical expertise, professional excellence and undeniable trust, has proven its worth with growing time. The Group has its presence in diverse areas of engineering field, including Leak-Proof Cast (I) Pvt. Ltd. is a pioneer in the field of investing casting process in India. The group turnover is in excess of Rs 60 crore (US $ 15 million). The manufacturing facility, built over 8000 Square meters is equipped with most modern, efficient and reliable machines & equipment. The production team is supplemented by a well-structured Quality Assurance Department, which draws its strength from its experienced & competent team, Quality Management system and infrastructure, to meet the most stringent and demanding requirements.
Invented in the early 19th century, centrifugal casting method has become the popular method for achieving quality cast parts, especially for thin cylindrical and disk-shaped parts.
Mold rotates at a high speed and generates a centrifugal force around 30 to 90 G’s depending on the volume of molten metal handled. When metal is poured, it will get uniformly distributed along the inside surface of the rotating mold due to the centrifugal force. The centrifugal effect develops a substantial amount of pressure on metal that forces the impurities toward inside diameter which can be machined-off later easily.
Upon the settlement of molten metal, solidification is achieved through rapid cooling from outside. The controlled solidification process and forces exerted by centrifugal effect, offers a casting with uniform grain structure and better mechanical properties compared to other casting methods available in the industry.
Quality system and infrastructure, to meet the most stringent and demanding requirements. As a quality-conscious organization Leak-Proof Cast (I) Pvt. Ltd. is committed to following best in use Industry practices to achieve maximum customer satisfaction. We also ensure that our panels are manufactured in compliance with the international standards of quality.
About 100 years ago, the use of the Lost Wax process was discovered and applied for Dental inlays and later also for Surgical Implants. The process, as versatile as this, promises casting of intricate shapes with high accuracy. And therefore, is used to manufacture parts ranging from turbocharger wheels to golf club heads, from electronic boxes to modish replacement implants. Additionally, metals which are hard to machine or fabricate otherwise, stage as good contenders for this process. The process capable of making parts that cannot be produced by normal manufacturing techniques is therefore utilized to manufacture turbine blades that have complex shapes, or airplane parts that have to withstand high temperatures. manufacture turbine blades that have complex shapes, or airplane parts that have to withstand high temperatures.
Ferrous and non-ferrous castings conforming to ASTM, ASME, AISI, SAE, DIN, MIL, IS, BS, JIS, and other international specifications can be manufactured in our facility. We have the expertise to handle castings involving complex shapes; with casting weights range Up to 160 kg and linear dimensions up to 450 mm.
13 - A Gool–Dhun-Abad,
Opp. Malcolm Baug Near Farooqa School,
S.V. Road,Jogeshwari (West),
Mumbai – 400 102, INDIA.
Phone: +91 22 2679 7771 | 73 | 74 | 76
D-1 EDR Industrial Estate,
Pirojpur Dist Banaskantha,
North Gujarat, Chhapi, Gujarat 385210
Mamta Complex, Part-1, B Block, 2nd Floor, Opp. Kiran Motors, Sarkhej-Sanand Road, Ahmedabad - 382 210, INDIA.
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