Forgings, Rings & Blockspipesfactory2020-10-17T10:02:36+00:00
- We are manufacturing a wide range of optimum quality forgings & shafts which include rolled ring, die blocks, square blocks, rectangular and circular blocks and machined components. We produce forged bars (round, square, flat, hex) in various materials such as stainless steel, nickel alloys, carbon steel, alloy steel, aluminium, titanium and copper nickel. The maximum length for forged round bars and hex bars is 5000 mm, with a maximum weight of 18000 kgs. The maximum length and width for flat bars and square bars is 1500mm, with a maximum weight of 25000 kgs.
- A forged bar or a rolled bar is produced by taking an ingot and forging it down to size by, generally, two opposing flat dies. Forging offers uniformity of composition and structure. Forging results in metallurgical recrystalisation and grain refinement as a result of the thermal cycle and deformation process. This strengthens the resulting steel product particularly in terms of impact and shear strength. Forged steel is generally stronger and more reliable than castings and plate steel due to the fact that the grain flows of the steel are altered, conforming to the shape of the part. We are an industry leading forging manufacturer and guarantee that the forgings and/or bars are homogenous in quality and free of any kind of defects, which can be tested by destructive or non destructive process.
- At Metallica, forgings are manufactured by following a stringent quality control program and standards which assure good surface and close dimensional tolerances. We are a global industry leading provider of high quality stainless steel and nickel alloy forgings and have obtained ASME Quality and ISO 9001:2015 Certifications. All forged stock products supplied by us have good corrosion resistance, machinability and formability. These are supplied with 3.1 specific test certificates, according to EN 10204. Certification according to 3.2 can be agreed at the time of ordering. Metallica makes it easy for you to source top quality steel forgings at the lowest prices in the industry.
- We specialize in providing deliveries to your factory directly from our warehouse/factory or our principal suppliers. For immediate deliveries of steel forgings, our inventory in stocked in around 5 warehouses in Kalamboli and 3 warehouses in Mumbai. With a team of over 50 people dedicated for deliveries and response to our esteemed customers, we can offer the best service. At the same time, we are also committed to offer best quality products and most competitive prices to our customers.
Wide Range of Forging Products
Forged Circles or Discs
Forged Rings (Seamless)
Forged Hollow Bars or Tubes
Forged Steel Shafts
Forgings, Rings, Blocks Manufacturing Process
- – We are producing forged discs in size range of 2″ to 100″ diameter, and individual weights up to 25000 KGS. Forged discs are manufactured by working or pressing of heated material between the upper and lower dies. They are generally produced by the open die forging process and exhibit better grain structure, superior strength, ductility, and resistance to impact and fatigue as compared to discs cut from plate or bar stock. Forged disks can be forged with grain flow to best suit the final parts applications.
- Forged Bars –A forged bar or a rolled bar is produced by taking a heated ingot and sizing it between two opposing flat dies. We specialize in producing all types of forged bar shapes such as Round bars, Square bars, Flat bars and Hex bars in stainless steel, alloy steel, carbon steel and special alloys. The producing process for all types of forgings involves loading the materials in furnace followed by heating. When the temperature reaches 1100℃, metal will be forged. In the forging process the heated metal is shaped by using one or more dies. During the forging or rolling process if the temperature of metal falls to 850℃, metal will be heated again. Then the hot working process is repeated at that elevated temperature (1100℃). We can offer all types of forged bars in annealed, tempered or quenched and tempered condition, as per customer requirements.
- Forged Blocks – Forged blocks are of higher quality than plate due to the block having forging reduction on all sides of the shape, if required. This leads to a refined grain structure, assuring that quality of material. The maximum forged block dimensions depend on material grade. We can produce larger size blocks in carbon steel. In stainless steel, large size forged blocks can be in size upto 750mm x 750mm in variable lengths. In carbon and alloy steel we can produce forged blocks upto 1500mm size.
- Forged Rings – Seamless forged rings can be formed by rolling or piercing a forged block. Large size seamless rolled or forged rings can be produced in outside diameter upto 2500mm.
- Seamless Forged Hollows – Forged hollow bars can be produced in unlimited variations of OD and ID and length as per customer requirements. Seamless forged hollows are ideal for high-stress applications. All the processes including heat treatment, machining and mechanical and non-destructive testing are carried out and can be agreed upon at the time of order.
Types of Forging Materials
- Stainless Steel 304/304L Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 304H Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 310/310S Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 316/316L Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 316Ti Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 317/317L Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 321/321H Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 347 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 347H Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 410 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 446 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Stainless Steel 904L Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F1 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F5 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F9 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F11 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F12 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F22 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy Steel F91 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- EN 19 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 4140 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 4130 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 4340 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 42CrMo4 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Hastelloy Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Hastelloy C22 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Hastelloy C276 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Hastelloy B2 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Hastelloy B3 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Hastelloy X Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Nickel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Nickel 200 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Nickel 201 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Special Alloy Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Alloy 20 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- SMO 254 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Aluminium Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- AISI 8620 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- AISI 1045 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- ASTM A36 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- S355J2 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Duplex Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Duplex Steel S31803 / S32205 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Super Duplex Steel S32750/ S32760 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Titanium Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Titanium Gr 2 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Titanium Gr 5 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Inconel Hex Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Inconel 600 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Inconel 601 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Inconel 625 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Inconel 718 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Incoloy Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Incoloy 800 / 800H / 800HT Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Incoloy 825 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Incoloy 925 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Incoloy 330/ SS 330/ Ra 330 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Monel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Monel 400 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Monel K500 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Cupro Nickel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Cupro Nickel 90/10 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Cupro Nickel 70/30 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Copper Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Brass Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Carbon Steel A105 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Carbon Steel A350 LF2 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- Carbon Steel AISI 1018 Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- C45 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- EN8 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- EN8D Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 16MNCR5 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 20MNCR5 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 40CR4B Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 41CR4 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
- 52100 Steel Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Forgings, Rings & Blocks Specifications, Stock & Production Range
|Product||Forgings, Rings & Blocks|
|Type||Close Die / Open Die Forging|
|Materials||Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Nickel Alloys, Titanium|
|Length||Custom Cut, 5-6 MTR Lengths|
|Surface||Machined, Polished Bright Surface|
|Certification||EN 10204 3.1|
|Prices||[emailprotected] | +918928722715|
- Email Us on [emailprotected] for best prices on various types of Carbon Steel Forgings, Stainless Steel Forgings, Duplex Steel Forgings, Mild Steel Forgings, SS 304 Forgings, SS 201 Forgings, SS 316L Forgings, A36 Forgings, Inconel Forgings, Monel Forgings, Incoloy Forgings, Hastelloy Forgings, Nickel Forgings, Titanium Forgings, Aluminium Forgings, Copper Nickel Forgings
- Marking: Heat Number, Size, Grade, Manufacturing Spec., Commodity Name or as per customer request
Testing & Inspection of Forgings, Rings & Blocks
Testing (Destructive, Non Destructive)
|Positive Material Identification – PMI Testing||Hydrostatic Test|
|Chemical Analysis – Spectro Analysis||Hydrogen-Induced Cracking (HIC) Test|
|Mechanical Testing Such as Tensile, Elongation, Reduction of Area||Sulfide Stress Corrosion Cracking (SSC), NACE TM 0177|
|Micro Test||Radiography Test|
|Macro Test||Dye Penetrant Test (DP Test)|
|Hardness Test||Ultra Sonic Test (UT)|
|Pitting Resistance Test||Eddy Current Testing|
|Intergranular Corrosion (IGC) Test||Impact Test|
|Flaring Test||Bend Test|
- Our internal inspection reports would be provided for all the goods before shipment.
- Buyers or their associates are most welcome to visit us for personal inspect
- We regularly have inspections ongoing at our premises from internationally acclaimed Inspection Agencies such as TUV, BVIS, SGS, Llyods, DNV etc.
Prices forForgings, Rings & Blocks
Prices for steel forgings, seamless rolled rings and forged blocks are directly co related to prices of the raw materials such as iron ore, metal scrap, chromium, nickel and various other alloying elements. The production cost of heat resistant stainless steel forgings is high as they contain high amount of nickel and chromium. Meanwhile, mild steel material is among the lowest cost steel available, followed by carbon steel, 400 series stainless steels, aluminium, alloy steel, and 300 series stainless steel. Special alloys such as titanium, Inconel, Monel and Hastelloy cost very high as the nickel, chromium and moly content is very high.
For special and discounted prices for various types of steel forgings, please feel free to contact us through email, phone or whatsapp.
We are also regularly publishing our price list for various steel products on our blog.
Documents Provided – Domestic Sales or Export ofForgings, Rings & Blocks
|Certificate of Origin||Raw Material Test Reports|
|Commercial Invoice||Heat Treatment Charts|
|Packing List||Quality Assurance Plan (QAP)|
|Fumigation Certificates||NABL approved Laboratory Test Reports|
|Letter of Guarantee||Material Test Certificates|
|ROHS Certificate||Certificate of Compliance/Conformity|
Price Terms forForgings, Rings & Blocks
We can offer any of the following price basis depending on your requirement:
- FOR Site in India
- FOB Nhava Sheva
- CFR, CIF, CPT your destination port
- Door to Door Delivery Duty Paid as well as Duty Unpaid
Delivery Time ofForgings, Rings & Blocks
- If the items are available in stock, we take 2 days from the date of receipt of advance payment to clear the shipment and send it to port.
- And in-case the items are not available in stock, the time taken for manufacturing depends on the size, quantity and grade.
- However we can claim the fact that we can compete with anyone in India on Delivery time and most of the time our production time is the least.
- We have tied up with strong logistic partners in India which can undertake any type of shipping activities and make sure that there is no delay in shipment.
Marking & Packing ofForgings, Rings & Blocks
- All our products will have complete marking details which are co-related to the test certificates we supply.
- In case of orders for cut piece of Pipes, Sheets or Round Bars, the marking is transferred from the product from which it is cut. In such cases we provide Letter confirming the marking transfer and picture of the product from which it is cut.
- All goods are packed in wooden cases or pallets.
Suppliers ofForgings, Rings & Blocksin India
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Exporters ofForgings, Rings & Blocks
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Forging and casting are two very different manufacturing methods. When something is cast, the material is heated above its melting temperature and poured into a mold where it solidifies. When something is forged it is physically forced into shape while remaining in a solid state – although it is frequently heated.
Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of a metal through hammering, pressing, or rolling. These compressive forces are delivered with a hammer or die. Forging is often categorized according to the temperature at which it is performed—cold, warm, or hot forging. A wide range of metals can be forged.
The purpose of forging is to create metal parts. Compared to other manufacturing methods, metal forging produces some of the sturdiest manufactured parts available. As metal is heated and pressed, minor cracks are sealed, and any empty spaces in the metal close.
By dispersing segregation of alloys or nonmetallics, forging provides superior chemical uniformity. Predictable structural integrity reduces part inspection requirements, simplifies heat treating and machining, and ensures optimum part performance under field-load conditions.
Casting is often much cheaper than forging. Both casting and forging have their advantages and disadvantages, so the better method depends upon what is being fabricated.
Forged irons are thought to be more of a player's club. Since this is a more traditional iron and has been around for many years, the forged iron gets a better name than the cast iron. In reality, cast irons are going to be almost as good as a forged iron in the modern golf world.
- Impression Die Forging.
- Cold Forging.
- Open Die Forging.
- Seamless Rolled Ring Forging.
Forging is the manufacturing process of hammering, pressing or rolling metal into shape. This is either delivered from a hammer, press or die. It is essentially the art of heating and working hot metal to design or shape that is fit for a specific purpose or use.
Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using localized compressive forces. When it comes to forging, there are four main ways to forge a part. Those four are impression die forging, cold forging, open die forgings, and seamless rolled ring forging.
Alloys, including chromium, manganese, molybdenum, and nickel, increase strength, toughness, and wear resistance. Forging steel with other alloying elements creates components that have high resistance to corrosion and creep as well as improved strength at high temperatures.
Forged steel is generally stronger and more reliable than castings and plate steel due to the fact that the grain flows of the steel are altered, conforming to the shape of the part. The advantages of forging include: Generally tougher than alternatives. Will handle impact better than castings.
Since the Iron Age, metallurgists have known that metals such as steel become stronger and harder the more you hit (or beat) on them. But it wasn't always clear why this happened.
- 1) Unfilled Section: As the name implies in this type of defect some of the forging section remain unfilled. ...
- 2) Cold Shut: Cold shut includes small cracks at corners. ...
- 3) Scale Pits: ...
- 4) Die Shift: ...
- 5) Flakes: ...
- 6) Improper Grain Growth: ...
- 7) Incomplete Forging Penetration: ...
- 8) Surface Cracking:
There are four types of forging manufacturing processes that are commonly used to shape metal parts. These processes include impression die forging (closed die), cold forging, open die forging, and seamless rolled ring forging.
The carbon percentage of cast iron is around 4.2 wt%, which is the soluble limit of carbon in iron. As a result, while cast iron is resistant to wear, it is very fragile and cannot be forged.
Cold forging improves the strength of the metal by hardening it at room temperature. Hot forging results in optimal yield strength, low hardness, and high ductility by hardening the metal at extremely high temperatures.
The best and most sure method for recognizing a forged crank is to look for the parting lines on the counterweights. A forged piece will have a wide, irregular rough patch. A cast component (shown) will have a very sharp, well-defined line where the mold was separated.
In general, you should only consider using blades if you have a handicap under 10.
The clubhead of a forged iron has additional weight in the center. This higher and smaller sweet spot teaches you to hit more consistently. The construction is more consistent and refined than on cast irons.
Forged irons use softer steel than cast irons, but unless you're playing golf multiple times per week, the average player won't notice much different in terms of longevity. While both are manufactured to be high quality, forged irons are purer than cast irons and, in theory, should last longer.
The types of forging tools include anvil, chisel, tong, fuller, hammer, press, die, flatter, punch and drift, swage, swage block, clamping vice, and hearth.
Forging is often classified according to the temperature at which it is performed: cold forging (a type of cold working), warm forging, or hot forging (a type of hot working). For the latter two, the metal is heated, usually in a forge.
What are the two basic types of forging equipment? The two types of forging machines are hammers, which impact the workpart, and presses, which apply a gradual pressure to the work.
Blacksmithing origins first trace back to 1500 BC when the Hittites discovered the process of forging and tempering iron ore. When the Hittites were scattered in 1200 BC so was their knowledge and understanding of basic iron work.
Forged has traditionally been the mark of quality in hand tools and hardware. Pliers, hammers, sledges, wrenches and garden tools, as well as wire-rope clips, sockets, hooks, turnbuckles and eye bolts are common examples. Surgical and dental instruments are also often forged.
caps, camshafts, rocker arms, valves, gears, shafts, levers, and linkages. Outboard motors, motorcycles, and power saws offer examples of the intensive use of forgings in smaller engines. Industrial equipment industries use forgings in materials handling systems, conveyors, chain-hoist assemblies, and lift trucks.
Hammerscale, also written hammer scale, is a flaky or spheroidal byproduct of the iron forging process (for modern equivalent, see mill scale). Hammerscale is almost universally recovered from archaeological excavations in areas where iron ore was refined and forged.
Metal forging is the process in which metals are formed and shaped using compressive forces. The forces are delivered using hammering, pressing, or rolling. There are a number of forging processes – cold forging, warm forging, and hot forging – which are classified by the temperature of the metal being worked with.
Definition of forging machine
: a forging press that operates in a horizontal position (as for the upsetting of bolts)
Carbon steel knives are often the sharpest steel for knives. They're sharper and harder than stainless steel knives.
Typically forging bladesmiths have restricted their steel selection to low alloy steels like 1095, 1084, 5160, 52100, O1, etc. There are a variety of reasons given for why the bladesmiths usually use these relatively simple steels. Often “ease in heat treatment” is a common one.
Authorities grade and categorize steel types into four groups—Carbon, Alloy, Stainless, and Tool.
Forging of Aluminum Alloys. Aluminum is forged at a much lower temperature than any other common metal because of its low melting point. The low density of aluminum contributes to its low capacity to retain heat. Thus, hot tooling is necessary to avoid rapid cooling of the workpiece.
A foundry melts metals in special furnaces to be cast into molds. A forge is a furnace or hearth where metals are heated prior to hammering them into shape. The act of forging is heating and hammering metal into a shape.
Since castings start out as liquid molten metal, it can flow into nearly any shape or size if there is a mold that matches. Another consideration pertains to the weight of the parts. If there are two identical parts, one made by casting and one by forging, the casting will usually be lighter than the forging.
To avoid breaking a blade, the layers of metal must balance flexibility and strength to create a sword that will bend instead of breaking. Japanese steel folding encourages quenching in oil or water between folding to change the hardness of the steel at different stages.
Blacksmiths hit the anvil between strikes to keep momentum and rhythm up. It allows them to keep a steady rhythm with the hammer while planning out their next move, readjusting their grip, or flipping the hot item over. These light taps can also help when their hands become tired.
cheers, adam s. Steel, just as with all physical objects, does indeed weaken with usage. The more stress it recieves, the more damage it develops. Usually the damage is in the form of microscopic fractures and stress points.
The main difference between molding and casting is the use of the material in the process. Casting will typically involve metal, while molding focuses on plastics. In both cases, the melted material goes into a die or mold to create the final form.
But tensile strength is only one part of the picture. A forged-steel crank has an elongation rating of 20-22 percent before failure--far greater than cast iron, so ductility is the forged crank's real advantage over cast iron.
In simplified terms, a foundry is a factory where castings are produced by melting metal, pouring liquid metal into a mold, then allowing it to solidify. Even if you have never been to a foundry, or even know what one looks like, you are surrounded by the metal castings they produce.
After pouring the molten metal in the mould, it is left undisturbed till it solidifies. After solidification, we can make the appliances of desired shapes and sizes. On the other hand, Forge is a manufacturing process of giving desired shapes to the heated metal by using compressive forces like beating with a hammer.