Siddhi Engineers: Experts in Making Precision Drawn Aluminium Tubes
Siddhi Engineers, established in 1988, has a rich experience in the manufacture of Precision Drawn Aluminium Tubes, Rods and Profiles by Cold Drawn Process for Aerospace & Defence, Industrial, Automobile, Pneumatic, Waveguide, Telescopic Tubes, Heat Pipe, Rod and Cot Tubes applications.
“Our major focus is to provide precise and lightweight aluminium tubes for the Aerospace & Defence industries with the aim of serving the nation. Moreover, the group has ventured into products which were being imported by India to achieve multi substitution and global exports of such products,” says Suresh Shah, President, Marketing & Export of Siddhi Engineers.
The Company has received around 40 prestigious awards for R&D, entrepreneurship and export excellence as well as Gold Medal for innovation and manufacturing excellence under the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
Siddhi Engineers is certified with AS 9100D, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001. The Company follows 5S and Lean manufacturing systems along with unique practices to build a target-oriemted culture and awareness among all its personnel as well as society. The Company has now earned a high reputation and big volume of business thanks to the team effort of everyone associated with it.
Siddhi Engineers has been registered with several Government and private sector Defence companies as a supplier of Precision Cold Drawn Aluminium Tubes for different applications. Some of the Aerospace and Defence applications are Telescopic Mast and Bomb Disposal Manipulator, Aluminium Wave guides, Tubes for Cryogenic Engine fuel supply line, Engine cooling systems of helicopters, Vibration simulation of Launch Vehicle, Aluminium Tubes for Missiles like Akash and BrahMos, Fuel supply lines of Amphibian Tank, Mortar Tubes, Heat Pipes and V65 Rods for the Rivet applications.
An upcoming project of Siddhi Engineers is developing Finished Wave guides for Aerospace and Defence Projects.
Siddhi Engineers aims to bend waveguide aluminium tubes and weld flanges to provide a finished product. Implementation of this technology would help the Company use the finished product and add value to it. This would provide a newer finished product.
This project would also help reduce imports and outflow of foreign exchange, along with serving a national cause.