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The lifecycle of our extruded products begins at the raw material stage, where we use only premium quality aluminium ingots to ensure reliability. The aluminium ingots are then melted and cast into billets of the required size. The billets are then heated to the optimum temperature and fed into any one of our three presses according to the client’s requirements.
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
KMC is now equipped to be a complete service provider for all your Aluminium needs, from start to finish. This allows us to serve our clients with finished products which are ready to consume immediately after delivery. We have in-house machinery for all of the following processes -> Slotting, Cutting, Tapping, Drilling, Chamfering, Anodizing, Powder Coating.
Products & Applications
KMC uses only 100% homogenized billets bought from Vedanta Resources Limited (BALCO).
With Ming-Sheng machinery imported from China, our Aluminium presses are equipped with a hot log shear furnace with most modern melting furnaces equipped.
KMC aluminium is a Chennai-based manufacturer producing and supplying high quality aluminium extrusions.
At KMC, we employ a 5-step quality control process, which is in accordance with ISO standards. The material and final product are double checked at every stage of production.
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