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Anchorcert Analytical India Private Limited - Wholesale Trader of laser marking, hallmarking service & hallmarking process in Mumbai, Maharashtra.+ Read More

Nature of Business

Exporter and Wholesale Trader

Legal Status of Firm

Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)

Annual Turnover

Rs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore

Import Export Code (IEC)

03150*****

GST Number

27AANCA6024E1ZT

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We have invested heavily in the latest technology to enable marks to be applied using laser technology. This is particularly suitable for hollow or imported items where customers do not have the opportunity to finish an article after hallmarking.
There are now two styles of laser mark available: - an outline or incuse mark, and a relief mark which is similar in appearance to a traditional struck mark.
OUTLINE LASER MARK Very useful for marking hollow, finished or intricate jewellery products, where a punch mark is undesirable.
Relife Laser MarkSuitable for larger marks on finished or semi-finished products particularly where a display or feature mark is used. It is already popular on money clips, key-rings and silver giftware because it is now possible to produce a feature mark without any bruising or distortion at precisely the required size, position and depth.

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AssayingTHE TESTING OF ALLOY TO DEFINE PRECISE CONFIRMATION OF PRECIOUS METAL CONTENT.We utilise the leading technology available to assay and confirm the precious metal content of articles presented for testing. For hallmarking requirements in particular, we select samples from every batch of work received and analyse utilising X-ray FluorescenceSpectrometry (XRF) machines.We also test utilising more traditional methods such as cupellation (gold) and potentiometric titration (silver).We work with our customers to process the vast majority of assaying through non-destructive techniques.
HallmakingCOMPULSORY ELEMENTS OF A HALLMARK:Sponsor’s mark: This is the unique mark of the manufacturer, importer, wholesaler, retailer or an individual, obtained from an Assay Office.Standard mark: This confirms the purity of the precious metal content in parts per 1,000; there is no negative tolerance – this means that minimum purity requirements must be met.The Assay Office mark: This symbol confirms which Assay Office has tested and then hallmarked the item. The Anchor is our symbol – it confirms the validity and integrity of the precious metal content of that item.Optional marks: Non-compulsory marks such as date letters (denoting the year the item was hallmarked), traditional marks (additional precious metal symbols) and commemorative marks (celebrating major events).

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Unless specifically instructed by the customer, the Assay Office will determine the most appropriate method by which to apply the mark. Several different techniques are available. It is very important to select the procedure most appropriate for each article. This will depend upon the shape and construction of the item, the quantity to be marked and the size of the hallmark to be applied.Hand operated or hydraulic presses may be used and large or awkward shaped articles are still "struck" by hand. At the opposite extreme, the latest technology offers laser marking which is particularly suitable for hollow or imported items where customers do not have the opportunity to refinish an article after hallmarking.When applying the mark by whichever method, it is essential that the article is properly supported to hold it still and to withstand the impact of the punch. 
Laser MarkingAnchorCert India has invested heavily in the latest technology to enable marks to be applied using laser technology. This is particularly suitable for hollow or imported items where customers do not have the opportunity to finish an article after hallmarking.There are now two styles of laser mark available: - an outline or incuse mark, and a relief mark which is similar in appearance to a traditional struck mark.
OUTLINE LASER MARK Very useful for marking hollow, finished or intricate jewellery products, where a punch mark is undesirable.
RELIEF LASER MARKSuitable for larger marks on finished or semi-finished products particularly where a display or feature mark is used. It is already popular on money clips, key-rings and silver giftware because it is now possible to produce a feature mark without any bruising or distortion at precisely the required size, position and depth.

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Combining the skill and techniques of a highly qualified team of laser hallmarking experts with the very latest laser technology, we specialise in laser marking across a wide range of products.Be it a corporate event, sporting event or a personal event such as wedding or christening, a personalised laser mark is a lasting reminder of an occasion or achievement. A personalised message turns any product into a special gift.

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Hallmarking was originally introduced in 1300 by a Statute of Edward I and is one of the earliest forms of consumer protection.Hallmarking is necessary because when jewellery and silverware are manufactured, precious metals are not used in their pure form, as they are too soft. Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium are always alloyed with copper or other metals to create an alloy that is more suitable to the requirements of the jeweller. Such an alloy needs to be strong, workable, yet still attractive.Owing to the high value of gold, platinum, palladium and silver, there are significant profits to be gained by reducing the precious metal content of an alloy at the manufacturing stage. Base metal articles plated with a thin coat of gold or silver look the same as articles made wholly of precious metal, at least until the plating wears, and even an expert cannot determine the quality or standard of precious metal items by eye or touch alone.  

With volume manufacturing, enormous profits can be made from even a small reduction in the amount of precious metal used. Without compulsory independent testing there is huge potential for deception and fraud.The UK Hallmarking system has offered valuable protection for over 700 years. Compulsory Hallmarking protects all parties; the public who receive a guarantee of quality, the manufacturer who is given quality control and protection from dishonest competitors at a very low cost, and the retailer who avoids the near impossible task of checking standards on all his goods.

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