S. I. Studs has state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities, which ensures on time production of our range of products. Our manufacturing unit is well equipped with high end machines, which undertakes the complete manufacturing process thereby ensuring smooth and defect free production of the products. Some of the machines that we have installed in our production unit are.
Shot Blasting Tumblast
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene that has numerous applications. We provide Fluorocarbon Polymers Coating from M/s Whitford UK.
Fluorocarbon coating is an organic coating consisting of solid lubricant dispersed in an organic binder and dissolved in a specially formulated mixture of solvents. It is also corrosion-resistant due to the use of a thermally, cured thermosetting synthetic binding material. When applied to the substrates resists galling, seizure, and fretting and offer corrosion resistance.
Types of PTFE Coating: Xylan 1070, Xylan 1424, Xylan 1052, Xylan 1425 and Xylar 2 (Various Colors)
Fluorocarbon Coating may be applied by dip, spray, or anyone of the conventional painting methods. Prior surface preparation has a marked bearing upon the quality of Fluorocarbon Coating. Fluorocarbon Coating can be given on any metal or alloy surface, which can be suitably pretreated, by phosphating, blasting, anodizing, or Soft Nitriding/Nitrocarburising. Fluorocarbon Coating performs well under a number of extreme environmental conditions. It’s the lubricating ability from room temperature up to 200°C in air and even higher temperatures in non-oxidizing atmospheres make it attractive for aerospace applications. Fluorocarbon Coating is administered in machine parts exposed to corrosion and where lubrication is needed.
Special Facilities for creating a controlled atmosphere like non-oxidizing, carburizing, nitride. Heat-treated in a controlled atmosphere to achieve maximum strength and toughness.
Hot Dip Galvanizing to BS729, ASTM A123 I 153 with centrifuge system to hot-dip galvanize very intricate components/fasteners with smooth finish coating Confirming to all International Standards.
The process involves tumbling the workpieces with a mixture of water, metal powder, media, and additives. Common coating materials are zinc, cadmium, tin, copper, and aluminum. It is commonly used to overcome hydrogen embrittlement problems.
Zinc Plating, Yellow Chromate, Blackening Phosphating, Confirming to all International Standards.