13.09.2016 - 17.09.2016 — Hall: 6.3 Stand: E 59
Nextech Engineering on the leading edge of advance technology is engaged in manufacturing of Engine Valves. We operate in step with the advances of CNC technology, controls, automated systems, machine tool developments, advance manufacturing processes and techniques.
Being a part of a diverse group with annual turnover of more than 100 Cr. (US $22 million) engaged in the manufacturing of Auto parts, Investment Casting, Submersible Pump, Ball Bearings, Valves and Edible Oil extraction, Nextech Engineering is capable to cater customer requirements from various fields of Engineering and Automobile industries.
Founded and managed by experienced engineering professionals to cater the ever growing needs of the Automobile Industry and Engineering Industry worldwide, Nextech along with manufacturing high quality Engine Valves also design and develop valve as per customer requirements. The excellent infrastructure and a highly qualified team have helped the company to increase its range of products.
Operating with sufficient human and manufacturing resources, to establish substantial contracts from many of leading OEMs in the Automotive and Engineering industries. To continue improve our products and services, we believe listening and communicating with our customers is of crucial importance. Through working together, we are able to build up trust and strong partnership with our customers.
Our vast experience in quality manufacturing of Engine Valves at Nextech ensures the smooth operation of the whole manufacturing process - from material inputs, manufacturing, quality control, delivery to back-up services. We are committed to on-going and pro-active technical support. By continuously updating and exchanging our information, we are able to sustain ourselves at the leading edge of technology.
With access to unlimited resources and highly trained team members, we feel strongly that no job request is too small or beyond our scope of capabilities. The company is a specialist in delivering high volumes of quality Engine Valves. We are committed to continuous improvement in our service to our customers by enhancing our operational methods and through ongoing investment in both our people and machinery.
Nextech offers one of the widest ranges of Intake and Exhaust Engine Valves, for internal combustion engines in range of sizes with verity of materials.
At our state-of-the-art facilities, we manufacture Engine Valves to the highest standards, serving the needs of our customers across a whole range of Automobile and Engineering industries with the latest and advanced CNC technology. Nextech Engine Valves are used in some of the most demanding applications for Automobile and Engineering Industries, including Global Automotive Industry, On and Off Road Vehicles, Marine, Locomotive as well as applications like general industrial and Stationary engines.
We provide custom design and manufacturing services for developing customized Engine Valves. Our OEM customers see significant reductions in development costs, integration costs, support costs, and time to market. With our assistance, you are free to focus on developing your core products while we develop the necessary products to support your needs.
We are committed to partnering with our customers to offer rapid development, prototyping and pilot production of Engine Valves tailored to each customer's specific needs. This unique team approach enables a speedy yet thorough process development cycle. Customers can gauge production worthiness, timelines, and eliminate risk before production while gaining a realistic evaluation of costs. Companies also able to get material, data and process information in a timely fashion to meet aggressive schedules and requirements of higher tier clients.
Range of Engine Valves
Valve built of a single material that forms the stem and the head. They possess excellent mechanical properties although they are not so good at corrosion. Chromium-nickel-manganese- tungsten stainless steels are used for exhaust valves.
Valve made by joining together two different valve materials by friction wielding wherein high hot hardness alloy steel (austenitic steel) is used at the head and the stem made from a upright mechanical properties steel (martensitic steel). In this way a better usage of the properties of each material is achieved, high temperature corrosion resistance in the austenitic stainless steels of the head, and high tensile strength and abrasive wear resistance in the martensitic stainless steel of the stem. This technique is used in medium to high stressed exhaust valves and in high stressed intake valves.