We ensure that the alloys we make are of unquestionable quality. We utilize the highest quality metals and keep a strict cheack on the manufaturing process
To reach the highest production grade, we 0nly utilize state of the art machinary and a higly efficient production line
We seek for the highest standards in the industry. That helps us not only stay ahead of the competition, but to offer the best solutions for our clients.
A vital element, aluminium, has been recycled for years since it was first commercially manufactured and even today aluminium translates into high recycling. rates for the various applications. Axayya Alloys, we are a leading manufacturer of primary and secondary aluminium casting alloy situated in the prime location of Chakan, Pune, India.
Incorporated by Mr. N. N. Kher in 1981, the company was a manufacture of aluminum, copper, zinc based alloys along with master alloys. In 2008 Mr. Manoharlal Lodha who has a vast experience in trading and recycling of metals took over the company. metals.
The company is currently headed by Managing Director, Mr. Pavan Lodha and Executive Director Mitesh Lodha with whom the company has evolved as a leading supplier of aluminum cast alloys. With immense knowledge and years of aluminium recycling, we have developed with advancement and a high tech cast house at Kharabwadi, Chakan, Pune.View Services
To manufacture and distribute high quality products and to provide efficient service through enterprise and expertise.
Our Mission is to manufacture and distribute high quality products to provide efficient service through enterprise and expertise. Our new facility has a melting capacity of 1500 tonnes a month.
To be a globally recognized company manufacturing aluminium alloys.
Our Vision is to be a globally recognized company in aluminum alloy manufacturing, recycling aluminium with expertise and experience.
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We believe in maximum fuel efficiency by segregating dust particles before smoke emissions thereby reducing the carbon release to zero percent.
Following tests are conducted before despatch as per client input
At Axayya we believe in enhancing customer experience by producing and supplying products on time, to specialized specification, with TQM, as the driving force in all our operations. We maintain organizational excellence and industry leadership by consistent growth, cost reduction and continual improvement in quality, productivity and Eco - friendly approach in all our recycling processes. We produce on primary low FE alloys, for GDC castings and secondary alloys for PDC.
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Microstructure is the structure of a metal or alloy as observed, after etching and polishing, under a high degree of magnification. The microstructure is one of the most important factors that affect the physical properties of the metal/ alloy. So, by knowing the microstructure, we can predict the behaviour of a component made of a particular material. This is also important while predicting the failure of a component in certain conditions.
|Fracture toughness (KIc) refers to the ability of a material containing a crack to resist fracture. Specifically, fracture toughness testing characterizes resistance to fracture in a neutral environment with a sharp crack, and is one of the most important properties of any material for virtually all design applications. It is calculated in terms of the load required to cause a crack. The result is expressed in terms of toughness parameters such as KIc, critical J or critical CTOD.||As the demand for steel increases we keep a close watch on our metal cleanliness to create a distinctive product as well as a way to optimize our production costs. Added pressures are found from automotive, aerospace, and oil and gas customers, who require cleaner steel today than in years past. Therefore, being a successful steel company, we focus on developing cleaner steel practices with a low production cost. It all begins with controlling unwanted inclusions.||Tensile testing, also known as tension testing, is a fundamental materials science and engineering test in which a sample is subjected to a controlled tension until failure. Properties that are directly measured via a tensile test are ultimate tensile strength, breaking strength, maximum elongation and reduction in area. Uniaxial tensile testing is the most commonly used for obtaining the mechanical characteristics of isotropic materials. Some materials use biaxial tensile testing.|