Leading Stainless Steel Bright Bars Manufacturer of Different Shapes
Our Stainless Steel Bright Bars division is engaged in the production and export of cold finished bright bars in the shape of Round Bars, Hexagon Bars, Square Bars and Flat Bars in a vast size range. We manufacture Stainless Steel bright bars in sizes ranging from diameter 3 mm to 600 mm. Our Bright Bars manufacturing plant has integrated into house facility for heat treatment (annealing, solution annealing, hardening and tempering), pickling, straightening, peeling, drawing, centreless grinding, polishing, buffing etc. This division high-quality bars through the help of an ultrasonic tester and an eddy current tester, check the surface and internal defects. As a result, this has resulted in an excellent business relationship with the international market.
This division is equipped with a state-of-an-art continuous hardening and tempering furnace for the heat treatment of ferritic and martensitic stainless steel, thus, fulfilling the requirements of the most discerning and quality conscious customers. Apart from Austenitic, Martensitic and Ferritic Grades, we have also developed Duplex, Precipitation Hardening and High Sulphur- super machinability grades (Special calcium treated and finished with high sulphur material ideal for improved machinability).
Applications of Stainless Steel Bright Bars
Our Stainless Steel Bright Bars are widely used in several industries like automobile, electric motor, railways, defence, shaft making, agriculture, health & sports, textile, decorative & furniture, hoses and fittings, bearings, hinges and gears, oil and petroleum sector, mining etc. Bright bars are a commodity product serving as raw material for industries like automobiles, semi-finished products for industries like shipbuilding and finished product for businesses like interior decorators, malls etc. The automobile industry is the major sector that consumes Bright Bar as raw for machining. It is used in heavy engineering industries, pumps/electric motor industries, railways for the engines and coaches, fabrication jobs where accuracy is crucial, shafts in conveyors, oil and petroleum sector.