Weisser (Germany) machine for oval turning and finish grooving
Camless Takisawa (Japan) machine for finish oval turning
Inclined valve pocket milling
Double Trumpeting of Pin Bore
Hard Anodizing on Top Groove
X-Ray inspection facility
Eddy current inspection facility
A piston pin, also known as a wrist pin, is a hardened steel pin
which connects an engine's piston to a connecting rod.
This pin is hollow to reduce weight and is held in place with a
number of different methods. Most factory-stock piston pin designs
rely on a pressed t with the pin being pressed into the connecting rod.
High-performance pistons are typically held in place with
wire clips or aluminium buttons.
Extrusion & upset forging
Seat & tip stelliting (Oxy-Acetylene Welding)
Continuous tip hardening
Continuous grinding line
Green Sand Moulding
Continuous heat treatment process
Double Cam Grinding
Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) - Ion Plating
PVD + Gas Nitriding (GN)
Semi Inlaid Moly
Full Face Composite Plating of Chrome (CPC)
Semi Inlaid Composite Plating of Chrome (CPC)
Zn and Mn Phosphating
Shriram Pistons & Rings (SPR) has an exceptional lineage of the Shriram Group, one of India’s oldest and most reputed industrial houses.