Welcome to Spin-N-Cast

Manufacturing Procedure

Casting quality components calls for a high level of technical acumen and manufacturing expertise – two things that Spin-N-Cast has developed over the years, thanks to a combination of veteran engineers, best practices, cutting-edge tools and a robust infrastructure.

Here 's a sneak peek into our manufacturing practices:

  • Raw Material : We guarantee the use of the highest quality of raw materials (preferably ingots) in terms of the chemical composition.
  • Equipment Upkeep : All the manufacturing and measuring instruments used by operators in the plant are calibrated at least once every year.
  • Casting Process : The alloying of raw materials, melting, pouring and every other stage of the casting procedure is administered and supervised by our knowledgeable in-house authorities, surveyors or third-party consultants.
  • Temperature Control : The temperature of the liquefied metal is kept under check with the help of digital pyrometers before pouring it.
  • Categorizing & Labeling :Castings are tagged with heat-batch codes for identification, sorting and correlation purposes.
  • In-house Lab Testing :Every single heat batch is tested in our autogenous laboratory to ascertain its physical and chemical properties.
  • Proof Machining & Rechecking :Every casting produced proof machined according to the client 's drawings and is checked in terms of its quality, dimensions and soundness to ensure that they get exactly what they asked for.
  • Finish Machining  : The components manufactured is machined, supervised and inspected in accordance with the pre-planned operational layout.
  • Certificates & Reports : Facilities for the testing of the micro-structure, hardness, chemical composition, etc. are available at Spin-N-Cast. We furnish test certificates and dimensional inspection reports for the components on demand.
  • Packaging & Logistics : Our professional packaging & logistics team takes utmost care during the packing and transportation phase to circumvent any potential damage to the components.
Manufacturing Procedure