BI (Business India) coverscustomer
Mr. Rajiv Chawla,
Director, Jairaj Ancillaries
"The Faridabad Factor (Business India, October 24, 2004, Page 74) showcases Jairaj Ancillaries. Jairaj Ancillaries manufactures auto components for Munjal Showa and Endurance Systems. The company is in the process of getting a TS 16949 certification (the highest quality standard for automotive components) after which it will be able to export directly to the Auto giants like General Motors, Toyota, Ford and other IATF members . Jairaj Ancillaries uses Bry-Air Plastics Dryers to ensure the plastics resins are free from all moisture prior to processing.
Remaining true to its philosophy of being Bry- Air is now more closer to its customers in Africa and South India with the opening of its offices in Johannesburg, SouthAfrica and Kochi, Kerala, India.
Dry Resins - Key to hygiene Varahi opts for Dryers
Varahi Plastics specializes in Extrusion as well as Injection and Blow moulding. They manufacture PET bottles, caps, closures for the most 'hygiene conscious' Pharma and Cosmetic companies.
Did you miss going to our booth at PLASTVISION 2004.
For a full display of Bry-Air auxiliaries, please visit the display area at our Corporate Office, Gurgaon or our website www.bryair.com
Dry Resins - Key to Quality, Looks, Strength and Lightness
One just can't imagine the daily use consumer durables without plastics, TV sets, Washing Machines, Music Systems, Telephone Sets, Computers, Microwaves, Food Processors, Heaters the list is endless.
All such products necessarily need to be attractive and durable yet tough and light weighted.
Air & Gas Purification System cleans air at DCM Shriram PVC Plant
manufactures PVC window profiles. They use Dosers for ensuring the right colour mix of their master batches.
Proper Drying Is Essential To Your Business
Dryers Unique 4 Dessicant Bed Design assures thorough Drying. Customized for Special Applications
Drying is a necessary criteria for quality processing of engineering plastics. Thermoplastic pellets/resins absorb moisture during manufacturing, transportation and when in storage prior to processing. It can be safely assumed that all batches of resins potentially contain surplus/excessive moisture, regardless of the circumstance.