Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd.
Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd.
Basni, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
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We, Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd., started in the years 1967, are one of the foremost manufacturers and exporters an extensive array of Plasma Spray System and Coating Equipment. Our offered range consists of best grade Coating Equipment, Plasma Spray System and Gun and Powder Spray System and Gun. To manufacturing these offered products in compliance with the set industry standards, our experienced professionals use the modern machines and tools. Our products are appreciated for their features like corrosion resistance, efficient performance, and flawlessness. Our offered products are widely demanded in automobiles, aerospace, textile, biomedical, paper, electrical, power generation, decorative, food processing, marine, oil, transportation and many more industries.

 

Our company has established up to date infrastructural set-up. It has various departments like production, quality control, and others, which helps us in performing our business process in the best possible way. Apart from this, our ethical business practices, customization facility, wide distribution network and timely deliveryhave made us popular with the clients. We have a huge base of clients, some of the reputed names from our clientele are Essar, Air India, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra, Godrej, Enercon, Mitsubishi, BHEL, and Jaypee Group.

 

Under the direction of our mentor, Mr. Girish Mathur, we have been able to create a huge patron. With the help of his sharp business approach and skills, we have gained a top position in the market.

Company Factsheet


Basic Information
IndiaMART TrustSeal
Nature of Business
Manufacturer
Additional Business
  • Exporter
  • Trader
Company CEO
S. C. Modi
Key Customers
  • Essar
  • Mahindra
  • Air India
  • Godrej
  • Maruti Suzuki
Registered Address
E - 101, M. I. A. 2nd Phase, Basni, Jodhpur - 342 001, Rajasthan, India
Industry
Manufacturing & Trading of Plasma Spray System and Coating Equipment.
Total Number of Employees
51 to 100 People
Year of Establishment
1967
Legal Status of Firm
Private Ltd. Co. Registered under Indian Companies Act 2013
Promoter
Mr. Girish Mathur
Annual Turnover
Rs. 50 - 100 Crore
Trade & Market
Export Percentage
60-80%
Infrastructure
Location Type
SEMI-URBAN
Building Infrastructure
Permanent
Size of Premises
1000 square feet
Space Around
Front porch
Company USP
Primary Competitive Advantage
  • Experienced R & D Department
  • Large Product Line
  • Good Financial Position & TQM
  • Large Production Capacity
Quality Measures / Testing Facilities
Yes
Statutory Profile
Banker
Bank of Baroda
Pan No.
AAACM*****
Registration Authority
Rajasthan
Registration No.
U40100RJ1975PTC001631
Central Sales Tax No.
08582650516C
Value Added Tax Registration No.
08582650516V
SSI No.
RJ22C0003035
GST No.
08AAACM8473A1ZL
Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
Customized Packaging
Yes
Payment Mode
  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • DD
  • Invoice
  • Wire Transfer
Shipment Mode
  • By Road
  • By Sea
  • By Cargo

ISO Certification

   
Issue Date: 17-February-2014
Expiry Date: 16-February-2017

Achievements

   
Certificate of Accreditation

Aim Vision Mission

Our vision:

  • Think high- Aim high
  • Innovation is key to progress
  • New, better, best
  • Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd. spend a lot to achieve them


Our policy:

  • Customer is the boss
  • He is profit, all rest are expenses
  • A satisfied customer brings more than salesman
  • Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd. believe in special relationship with customer


Our power point:

  • Truth always triumphs
  • Goodwill to all , malice to none
  • Share your profit with your co-workers
  • The future is something we create

Affiliations

   
Official System Partner of Kuka

Our Team

   
With the assistance of our proficient workforce, we have been able to reach famous success. These professionals work in close coordination with each other and complete the assigned task with perfection. Further, to keep our professionals updated with the changing technology and market conditions, we arrange training sessions on regular basis.

Our team comprises:

  • Engineers
  • Technocrats
  • Quality controllers
  • R&;;D experts
  • Warehousing & packaging personnel
  • Skilled labor

Awards and Achievements

   
"Certificate of Excellence"

Awards & Recognition

   
API Specification Q1

System Partners


  • H. C. STARCK – Germany: Thermal spray and welding powder manufacturers
  • KUKA Roboter – Germany: Dedicated to robotics
  • OSEIR INC. – Finland: Thermal spray monitoring and control system “SPRAYWATCH”
  • METALLISATION LTD. – U.K. : Mfg. of complete Thermal Spray Systems
  • AMT AG – Switzerland: Mfg. of hi-tech Plasma & HVOF Systems
  • PAC – USA: Powder Alloy Corporation

Certificate of Registration

   
QMS Registered

Our Clientele

   
Some of our prestigious customers:

  • Essar
  • Air India
  • Maruti Suzuki
  • Mahindra
  • Godrej
  • Enercon
  • Mitsubishi
  • BHEL
  • Jaypee Group

Memberships

   
'CE' marking by EURO-CERT

Thermal Spray Technology

  • Tribology: The science and technology concerned with interacting surfaces in relative motion
  • Coating: The act of building a deposit on a substrate
  • The spray deposit
  • Thermal Spraying: A group of processes in which finely divided metallic or nonmetallic surfacing materials are deposited in a molten or semi-molten state onto a substrate to form a deposit
  • Thermal Barrier Coatings: A group of ceramic coatings, including Yttria Stabilized Zirconia (YSZ) and Magnesium/Zirconate, used to protect the substrate in extreme heat environments. The heat rejection properties of TBCs excel in applications to an excess of 3000 °F. TBCs have been used successfully on piston tops, valves, exhaust systems, etc.
  • Splat: A single sprayed particle that resembles a thin, flattened drop of liquid, under magnification.
  • Metallic bond: The principal bond that holds metals together and is formed between base metals and filler metals in all processes
  • Mechanical bond: The adherence of a thermal spray deposit to a roughened surface by the mechanism of interlocking particles
  • Gradated coating: A thermal spray deposit composed of mixed materials in successive layers that progressively change in composition from the constituent material lot to the surface of the sprayed deposit
  • Composite coating: A coating consisting of two or more dissimilar spray materials which may or may not be layered
  • Plasma spraying: A thermal spray process in which a non transferred arc is used as the source of heat that ionizes a gas which, in turn, melts and propels the coating material to the work piece
  • Abrasion: To wear away by friction.
  • Wear: To damage, erode or consume by long, hard use
  • Spalling: The flaking or separation of a sprayed coating
  • Abradable seals: A seal made from mating two soft metal, or metal containing soft graphite, surfaces together using friction and pressure
  • Grit blasting: The preparation of a substrate for the thermal spray process by blasting with sharp irregular shaped grains to produce a pitted surface
  • Bond strength: The force required to pull a coating free of a substrate, usually expressed in kPa (psi)
  • Anode: The electrode maintained at a positive electrical potential
  • Cathode: The electrode maintained at a negative electric potential
  • Arc: A luminous discharge of electrical current crossing the gap between two electrodes
  • Plasma: An electrically neutral, highly ionized gas composed of electrons, ions, and neutral particles
  • Deposition rate: The weight of material deposited in a unit of time
  • Feed rate: A nonstandard term for spray rate
  • Powder: Material manufactured into finely divided particles. When blended for thermal spraying, powder falls within a specific mesh range, usually finer than 120 mesh (125 microns)

Memberships & Affiliations

   
"GTS"

Our Certifications

   
2 Star Export House Recognition

Safety Measures


All safety features and ergonomic principles have been considered in the design and manufacturing of the systems to keep the operator comfortable and safe as well as the coating environment.

General: It is a completely safe process when performed by a capable operator with proper understanding of flame spraying practices, knowledge of the equipment, care in operation, and one who follows the recommended precautionary measures. The possibility of hazards can be isolated by proper handing of high pressurized fuel gases and hose connections.

Thermal Spray equipment has been expressly designed for HVOF spraying. Not intended for any other purpose such as welding, soldering, brazing and their likes.
 
Reduction of fire & explosion hazards: The stream of sprayed metal is hot. Always point the lighted gun towards the job. Carelessness in pointing the gun at paper or oily rags can result in fire. Special care should be taken to protect the hoses from spray stream.
 
Gases: A regular inspection is required for all gas equipment such as Fuel gas, Oxygen and airlines, compressors, regulators, etc. for leaks and loose connections. The backfire of the spray gun can be prevented by using pure gases and regular checking of nozzles and air caps.
 
Equipment maintenance: Total maintenance schedule and procedure has been described in the Operation Manuals and we recommend them strongly for safe and long serviceability of the system.
 
Metal dusts: The greatest care should be used in handling to minimize the danger of the dust explosion resulting from flame spraying, adequate ventilation must be provided for spray booths and other confined spaces, to prevent the accumulation of fumes and dust. Good housekeeping in the work area is essential. Inspect and clean regularly to assure that there is no potentially dangerous accumulation of dust. All types of dust having considerable calorific value can be explosive. This dust includes flour, starch, hard rubber dust, wool flour, aluminum dust and the dust of other metals. Aluminum and magnesium dusts are particularly hazardous. The dust must be wetted down and remain immersed in water. Accumulation of dry or partially wet dust should not be permitted. A MEC-SPRAY BOOTH is recommended to fulfill the requirements of the dust collection of system. All closed collectors should be provided with blow out holes or relief panels. All fans, pipes, dust arrestors motors should be electrically grounded.
 
Gas cylinder precautions: Charged gas cylinders are potentially dangerous. Never put a gas cylinder in hazardous position. Keep cylinders away from heat and moisture. Always chain them to keep fro toppling. Put the valve caps on the cylinders when they are not connected for use. Do not hang a flame spray gun or its hoses on regulators or cylinder valves as a fire or explosion may result.

Flashback Arrestors
A flashback occurs when a mixture of fuel gas and oxygen combine and burn within the hose. The resulting flame travels towards the gas source at a very high speed and can result in a fire or explosion in either or both the oxygen or fuel gas cylinders. Flashback arrestors should be fitted to the regulators on both gas cylinders. The common reasons for a flashback are:
  • Incorrect purging of the hose and torch prior to use
  • Incorrect gas pressure
  • Incorrect nozzle

Leak Checks
Leak checks should be made during the initial system pressurization and regularly thereafter. Be sure to remove leaky or defective equipment immediately from service.

Quality Certificates

   
G T R E Ministry of Defence

Industry Solution


  • Automobiles
  • Aerospace
  • Textile
  • Biomedical
  • Paper industry
  • Electrical
  • Power generation
  • Decorative
  • Food processing
  • Infrastructure
  • Marine industry
  • Oil industry
  • Transportation

Recognition

   
"ICAR" Credit Rating

Trade Memberships

   
"DRDL"

Our Training Program


Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd. has brought to you a novel concept “Thermal Spray Training”. It is for operator, inspector and skilled persons. Courses are designed for Gas Flame, Arc, Plasma and HVOF Spraying.

“Your worker may know how to use thermal spray equipment, but with this training he will learn how to optimized and maintain the equipment at its best, select the feed stock material & inspect the coating. This training will improve the performance of your worker , equipment & reduce consumables. Safety during operation is also highlighted.”

Why Us

Our organization is known to be one of the trustworthy manufacturers and exporters of the plasma spray system and coating equipment. For the aim of maintaining industry norms, we made these products through a series of predefined quality checks. Our company takes pride in providing products of superior quality at very affordable rates.

Some of our advantageous features are:


  • Wide distribution network
  • Competitive pricing
  • Total customer satisfaction
  • Customized products

About The Company

   
Mr. M.D. Modi in International Thermal Spray Conference (ITSC) 1970, Paris:

The Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd. (MEC) started its operations in the year 1967. Founded by Late Shri Balchand Modi & further promoted by his son Mr. M.D. Modi-M.A.(Econ.), B.com now as chairman of company.

Mr. S.C. Modi - B.E. (Mech.), FASM (USA) developed new products and working now as Managing Director.
Mr. Ankur Modi-B.sc., MBA (S/O Mr. S.C. Modi) is now Executive Director, manages innovations and research activity in the
company. His myriad contributions in the fields of innovation, system integrations and labour relations symbolized all that is best in the MEC spirit of being ahead.


ITSC 1970 Paris:

Two Branch Offices were opened in Mumbai and New Delhi for immediate services with a motto of quick response for their trusted customers, later it was expanded to cities Hyderabad and Bangalore in the year 2000. Overseas business started with 15% export of total sales which is now more than 60%.

Mr. S.C. Modi (Managing Director) with ASM Director:

In the 40 years of business journey, MEC had lot of business associations with well known companies in the field of thermal spray & automation such as; Metallization Ltd. (UK), Kuka Robotics (Germany), Oseir (Finland), AMT-AG (Switzerland), HC starck (Germany), PAC (Powder Alloy Corporation) USA to provide a complete turnkey solution to the customers.In 2006, MEC achieved prestigious CE certification for maintaining the safety equivalent to European standards in their manufacturing.
Mr. M.D. Modi (Chairman) with Mr. Ankur Modi (Executive Director)
:
 By 2007, MEC stood in international market as a premier thermal spray equipment manufacturer and supplier. MEC also acquired DGCA approvals for coatings on aerospace components and worked with several similar research organisations & universities.
Mr. S.C. Modi at factory live demonstration
:

Today, MEC manufactures a wide range of equipments and proud to announce their acquisitions of various patents for products & processes, and is dedicated to its core business activities of thermal spray equipment manufacturing and coating solution developments. In 2013, MEC obtained Q1 quality certification from API (American Petroleum Institute).

MDs Message

   
About 50 years ago, when I started a small unit with four workers in a small auto repair shop, "Thermal Spray" of today was known as "Metallizing" and given status of a black art. Time passed gradually, we grew with mission and vision bringing MEC - now a legend in Thermal Spray Technology . Collective efforts have transformed that black art into a precise science now attracting qualified engineers and experts from world over.

Asia is now on steep growth curve. MEC is poised to contribute value to this coating technology. I express my gratitude to team over 150 persons working with great passion and talent in our organization. Thanks to all suppliers, big and small, who helped to sustain us. Finally, Ih cherished tradition of dignity and fair play will continue to percolate o t oung generation now
conducting the business of MEC.

Thanks a with best luck and warm regards.

M.D. Modi Chairman

Major Market

  • Russia
  • French
  • USA
  • Switzerland
  • UAE and many more
Reach Us
Girish Mathur (Marketing Head)
E-101, M. I. A., 2nd Phase, Basni
Jodhpur- 342001, Rajasthan, India


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