Superior Forgings Made in India
FORGING SOLUTIONS
Superior Forgings Made in India
FORGING SOLUTIONS
Superior Forgings Made in India
FORGING SOLUTIONS
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Arm & Hammer Forgings Private Limited

Arm & Hammer Forgings Pvt. Ltd. is one of the leading steel forging manufacturers. We have served all major industries such as Construction, Railways, Mechanical industries, Oil refineries, Mining industry, etc. We have a wealth of experience working as a forging parts manufacturer- Three decades to be exact. We have the depth and the width of experience in the industry. We proudly proclaim to be the leaders in the industry.

Our Vision

We work to become the best steel forging manufacturers in the industry. We strive to accomplish our vision by maintaining a stringent quality of the components we deliver. We also ensure customer satisfaction through services that exceed expectations. It is possible to achieve 100% customer satisfaction if we work in the right direction- this is our belief. We had a rough ride in our three decades of experience, but we never left the side of integrity and honesty.

Our Mission

We work to become the best steel forging manufacturers in the industry. We strive to accomplish our vision by maintaining a stringent quality of the components we deliver. We also ensure customer satisfaction through services that exceed expectations. It is possible to achieve 100% customer satisfaction if we work in the right direction- this is our belief. We had a rough ride in our three decades of experience, but we never left the side of integrity and honesty.

More About Us

Infrastructure & Facilities

Forged Products & Equipment

Gear
Carrier
Toothed Ring Hammer
Forged Cup
General Engineering Bush II
Forged Flange
Lower Link
General Engineering Gear

We are critical about quality throughout the process.

Equipped Labs

QA & QC

CAD & CAM

Heat Treatment

Die Shop

Shoot Blasting

Cutting Shop

Fattling Shop

FAQ

Forging is a major technique used since the Mesopotamian time to shape metals by using a restricted and comprehensive force. But with the advancement of technology and with progression, this method has undergone certain noticeable changes which have made it quicker, an easily accessible and long-lasting process because of the modern tools being used.

The process through which a piece is disfigured to turn it into the preferred geometrical form under tremendous compressive forces is known as metal forging. In comparison to other metal manufacturing procedures, this method has proved to be the most effective one and it delivers the strongest parts which is just not limited to iron or steel but is applicable for other metals as well.

Out of so many forging processes available in the market, it can be clubbed into three main categories. They are described as follows- 1) Upset is where the cross-section increases while the length decreases, 2) Drawn-out is the type where the Cross-section decreases but the length increases and 3) The flow unfurls in a multi-directional way as the metal is squeezed in closed dies.

One of the most effective tools of forging beside a hammer is a forging press. The particular piece to be shaped is put between two dies and the machine in turn with hydraulic or electricity pressurizes and dismantles it. Unlike hammers, this tool ensures good trackability and repetitive production.

Different methods are used to manufacture the best quality metal and safeguard its strength and authentic toughness. With technology advancing every day, forging has made the process of having the desired variety of designs uncomplicated. Moreover, the products curved out of this have superior built-quality, efficient life span and are appealing.

While in the hot forging process the metal is being hardened at a very high temperature which further results in premium in-built strength and high compliance, the metals designed in cold forging technique enhance the toughness processing it at room temperature. Also, hot forging enables a material to be deformed and designed to the best quality but many manufacturers tend to use the cold forging process at it requires almost zero finishing touches.