Manufacturing Facilities

Foundry at Palapye

Foundry at Palapye

Set up in 1987, Cast Iron scrap is melted at 1050 degree Celsius in a Cupola Furnace. Fuel used is hard coke. Main Cast Iron items manufactured are man hole covers, railway brake shoes and cast iron three legged cooking pots.

Foundry at Ramotswa (Plot 123 / 124)

Foundry at Ramotswa (Plot 123 / 124)

In theory, foundry at Ramotswa and Palapye are the same. Metal is melted in Palapye by using Coke as fuel in a Cupola Furnace, whereas in Ramotswa it is melted in an Electric Induction Furnace.

Forging & Fabrication (Plot 125)

Forging & Fabrication (Plot 125)

Steel forging is a process for shaping the metal by using compressive force in a forging press by using dies. We manufacture agriculture wear parts by using hot and cold press forgings.

Ingot Casting Unit (Plot 125)

Ingot Casting Unit (Plot 125)

The steel ingots are casted in cast iron moulds. Steel scrap is melted in electric induction furnace at a temperature of 1650 degrees Celsius. Ingots can be casted as per various chemical composition as per the requirement of end product.

Steel Re-Rolling Mills (Plot 126)

Steel Re-Rolling Mills (Plot 126)

Process of re-rolling of steel in a re-rolling mill is to produce various types of flat rolled products such as round bars, flat irons, angle irons, channels, I beams, Tee iron and various window sections, fencing standards and droppers.

CNC Centre / Pattern Making

CNC Centre / Pattern Making

CNC Centre Latest Pattern Manufacturing Process Step 1 Drawing / Sample given by the customer Step 2 3D Modelling : for Simulation and Pattern Designing of the Product Step 3 CNC Programming : of the Pattern from Pattern Model