What we produce?
Naman Pipe & Tubes has a sophisticated manufacturing unit that is divided into different departments and supervised by experienced industry experts. We at Naman Pipe & Tubes always ensure to use only quality raw materials, which are made available from some of the top reliable suppliers. Apart from ensuring advanced technologies are employed in the production process, we also have adopted rigorous quality control practices. It helps us to ensure that we produce only top-quality products that would match the industry standards, parameters, and demands of our clients.
Forged Flange production process
There are three types of forging processes, and anyone is selected according to the forging quality and also the total number of the production batches.
It is with low productivity and large machining allowance. The free forging tool is very simple and versatile, and hence they are used for forging single pieces or small batches of forgings- they should however be in simple shapes. The tools used in this process would include air hammer, steam air hammer, and hydraulic air press. They can efficiently and suitably be used in the production process of small, medium, as well as large forgings. The shape of the forging using this process is gradually achieved with the help of some basic deformation techniques. The basic processes used in free forgings would include upsetting, lengthening, punching, bending and cutting.
This is collectively known as model forging. Herein a heated blank is placed in a forging die, which is fixed to the device used for forging. The basic process involved in the die forging process would include psetting, lengthening, bending, punching, and forming. The products manufactured through the die forging process are generally of a better quality due to its fine crystal structure and high strength. But note that the price involved with this process is expensive too.
Manufacturing Facilities & Capabilities
|MAGNETIC PARTICLE INSPECTION||Surface and sub-surface flaw testing|
|X-MET5000 PORTABLE||Segregation and identification of materials|
|Portable Temperature Indicator – Thermocouple||To monitor the temperature up to 1200 degrees Celsius|
|Portable Optical Emmision Spectrometer||Alloy Elements, Carbon, Sulphur, Phosporous, Silicon, and other chemical compositions are tested using an Optical Emmission Spectometer.|
|Ultrasonic Thickness Guage A.||Carbon steel thicknesses up to 100mm and stainless steel thicknesses up to 50mm|
|Universal Testing Machine||For mechanical property testing according to ASME and ASTM standards for UTS value, yield point, percent elongation, and percent reduction.|
|Hardness Testing Machine||Rockwell B and Rockwell C hardness testing|
|Portable Hardness Tester||Rockwell A, B, and C hardness testing, as well as Vickers and Brinnel hardness testing|
|Ultrasonic Flow Detector||Internal flaw testing in the 0–3000 mm range|