Rainbow Technocast is a well-known IBR Certified Investment Casting Manufacturer for Germany. We are a rapidly growing company operating from well-appointed premises. We provide a varied range of Investment Castings for Engineering Components, Ball Valves Castings, Gate Globe and Check Valves Castings, Butterfly Valves Castings, Dairy Parts Castings, Medical Implants Castings, Pumps Castings, and Investment Castings for Food Processing Industries. Our Standards for product design and construction, as well as processes for inspection and testing, are defined in the Indian Boiler Regulation (IBR). According to the IBR, all pressure equipment that uses steam must be certified by an inspection firm that has been approved by the Central Boiler Board (CBB). Here we mention brief details about our casting products such as pumping casting, ball valves casting, check valves casting, butterfly valve casting, gate globe casting, and valve casting.
The investment casting method, also called the lost-wax process, is used for the precision casting of aerospace components such as gas turbine blades. The investment casting of aluminum alloys results in lower strength than sand castings but offers tighter tolerances, better surface finish, and the capability to produce thin-walled sections.
We offer products like various types of valves, pump components, and gate globe valves in a wide size range with high-quality finishes on the market. Rainbow Technocast is dedicated to producing high-quality products that are also reliable in terms of cost.
- Smooth Finish
- Faster Production
- Tight Tolerances
- Affordable Tooling
- Vast Size Range
- Material Variety
With investment casting, manufacturers create pretty much any metal product they want. Common examples include doorknobs, medical tooling, auto parts, airplane parts, kitchenware, gearbox cases, cylinder heads, cylinder boxes, pipes, machining components, and much more. Investment castings are used for manufacturing in major industries like automotive, aerospace, agriculture, chemical, defense, electrical, railroad, marine, mechanical, electronic, textile, and more.
A pump is a mechanical device that transports fluids. Pump casting is the process where pump parts are designed and cast in different metals. Pumps come in a wide range of sizes and shapes for a wide range of applications: from very large to very small, from handling liquid to handling gas, from high pressure to low pressure, and from handling high volume to high volume. Therefore, based on their desired use, pumps can be classified into many types.
Ball valves casting
Ball valves are straight-through valves that open or close with just a quarter-turn. Rainbow Technocrat is a reliable manufacturer and distributor for valve makers all over the world since valves are widely used in pipelines, transportation, and industrial production. Rainbow Technocast is an IBR certified company that specializes in the production of unique industrial valve parts.
Check Valves Casting
All check valves are suitable for a wide range of applications, including gas and liquid pipelines, water and steam systems, cooling towers, water treatment, gas export facilities, product tank farms, gas storage, and mine dewatering.
Butterfly Valve casting
We provide butterfly valve casting for a variety of high-quality butterfly valves. Butterfly valves are available in a range of designs and materials. A butterfly valve is lightweight, has a narrower dimension, and is simple to install. It’s simple to maintain and control.
Gate Globe Casting
The most frequent form of the valve in the industry is the gate valve. It is designed to manage flow on and off. Globe valves are employed for flow control throttling. Moving the disc against the flow stream rather than across it allows for shutoff. This significantly lessens chatter, wear, and erosion. A globe valve’s flow pattern involves direction changes, which causes more resistance than a gate valve.
We can produce a variety of valve body casting such as ball valves, globe valves, safety valves, gate valves, butterfly valves and check valves. Valves have importance in the industrial system.
Valves primarily function like cutoff, throttling, regulation, diversion, and overflow. Valve castings are widely used in chemical, petrochemical, petroleum, paper, mining, electric power, liquefied petroleum gas, food pharmaceuticals, water supply and drainage, mechanical equipment, electronics, and other fields.
As a result, we discuss casting parts, usage directions, benefits, and component grades, as well as the advantages of having an IBR-certified label and what the drawbacks are if you do not.
What industrial use of ball valves?
Ball valves are the most versatile valves and are used in a wide spectrum of industries such as oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, power generation, paint industry, and pharma.
What are different grades of valves?
There are many different types of grades in which valves are available, some of them are carbon steel, low alloys steel, martensitic stainless steel, austenitic stainless steel, duplex stainless steel, corrosion resisting steel, and non ferrous alloys.
Uses of pump components and parts?
Pump castings for the concrete industry, petrochemical industry, water treatment industry, oilfield industry, oil extraction and refinery industry.
Advantage of butterfly valve casting?
Butterfly valves have an advantage of simple construction, not taking much space, lightweight and reliable cost.
Uses of butterfly valves casting?
Butterfly valve components are used in a wide range of sectors like water supply, wastewater treatment, fire protection, gas supply in the chemical & oil industries and power generation.
Uses of gate/ globe/ check valves?
Globe valves are used for throttling flow control. Globe valves help in changing the direction of flow.
What is the Difference between gate valve and globe valve?
The globe valve is unidirectional and works best in situations where significant pressure variations are not a concern. The gate valve is a multi-directional – directional valve that is best suited for applications where minimizing low-pressure dips is crucial.