Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Engineering Products - Manufacturer,
Pvt. Ltd. Firm Since 2006
We are a company of Raajratna Group having turnover of more than USD 100 million engaged in manufacturing and export of various Stainless Steel products like wires, Bright Bars, Welding Consumables and Coil/Strips. We are now coming up with Steel fiber and cut wire shots
About Cut wire shot: Cut wire shots are manufactured by cutting wire into lengths equal to wire diameter (also called Wire pellets). If required, the particles can be conditioned (rounded) to remove the sharp corners that are produced during the cutting process. Cut particles are an effective abrasive due to the sharp edges that are created during the cutting process. However, a normal cut shot is not a desirable shot peening media and the sharp edges, which are potentially damaging to fatigue life, must be removed in the conditioning process. About Steel Fiber: Steel fiber is a kind of newly developed reinforcement for concrete widely adopted globally now a days compared with those using common concrete, the projects using steel fiber are increased evidently in anti-stretching, anti-pressing, anti-abrasion, anti-cracking and anti-bending and long duration according to physical measuring. Hooked ends, Flat ends, Straight, and Wavy steel fiber. The length is between 30mm to 60mm the diameter is between 0.5mm to 1.0mm. It can be adjusted according to customer's requests. Steel fiber concrete has already been used for and wide on to many fields, such as road, bridge , airport runway, tunnel , culvert, hydro-power project, inner lining of underground construction. Port and pier, ocean project, nuclear test base rocket launch site, anti-earthquake building, ect. Steel fiber reinforcing saves time, labor and money when used in pre-cast concrete products. There is no need to fabricate wire mesh around contoured forms. Just mix and place the SFR concrete and enjoy the additional benefits of superior crack control.
1006 sukhsagar complex
ahmedabad - 380014 (Gujarat) India