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Kasturi Commodities Pvt Ltd

Mumbai, Maharashtra

| GST  27AABCK1577A1ZV

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Initially we started as a small metal scrap trading company. Since the inception of the company in 1993 up till 2003, nothing significant was achieved. But in August 2003 we scrapped a ship MV "AL HOSSIEN" in Mumbai. After this there was no looking back. We scrapped various vessels. Our activities included a major project which involved demolition of pipeline of Tata Power at Karjat, Maharashtra, India in 2004.+ Read More

Nature of Business

Trader

Year of Establishment

2004

Legal Status of Firm

Private Limited Company

GST Number

27AABCK1577A1ZV

Ship Recycling
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Ship Re-Cycling has been the core of our business. We have demolished almost 75 ships and barges in past 6 to 7 years. We not only demolish ships at breaking ports like Alang in Gujarat & Mumbai in Maharashtra, India, but also vessels that have been stuck at out of the way coastlines. For example: Porbunder and Navlakhi in Gujarat, India and Nalasopara in Maharashtra, India.

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Dismantling Of Sick Units
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Along with ship recycling we are greatly involved in the dismantling of sick units. We purchase these units from Official Liquidators of High Court, The Debt Recovery Tribunal, Financial Institutions and private parties. We not only buy plant & machineries but also unit as a whole along with land and building. Till now we have demolished almost 07 sick units in past 4 to 5 years.

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Electrical Motors

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Electrical Panel Board & Switch Boards
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Electrical Cables & Wires
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Generators

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Shafting, Rounds & Pipes
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We trade in Second Hand Shafting, Rounds & Pipes purchased from the domestic as well as international markets.

Having several years' experience in this field, we have gradually built up our supply capability.

Due to our intelligent use of market opportunities, outstanding achievements and stable credit standing, we have been able to secure steady orders from several large clients, both in the domestic and international markets.

For our buyers we ensure that we get the best quality material and the best prices possible. For sellers of Second hand Shafting, Rounds & Pipes we pay cash on the spot, or LC and buy on ex-workers, ex-yard, FOB, CNF, CIF in containers.

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Cast Irons

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Cast irons typically contain 2-4 wt% of carbon with a high silicon concentrations and a greater concentration of impurities than steels. The carbon equivalent (CE) of a cast iron helps to distinguish the grey irons which cool into a micro structure containing graphite and and the white irons where the carbon is present mainly as cementite. The carbon equivalent is defined as:
\begin{displaymath}CE \hbox{(wt\%)} =C + {{Si +P}\over{3}} umeqn \end{displaymath}

A high cooling rate and a low carbon equivalent favors the formation of white cast iron whereas a low cooling rate or a high carbon equivalent promotes grey cast iron.

During solidification, the major proportion of the carbon precipitates in the form of graphite or cementite. When solidification is just complete, the precipitated phase is embedded in a matrix of austenite which has an equilibrium carbon concentration of about 2 wt%. On further cooling, the carbon concentration of the austenite decreases as more cementite or graphite precipitates from solid solution. For conventional cast irons, the austenite then decomposes into pearlite at the eutectoid temperature. However, in grey cast irons, if the cooling rate through the eutectoid temperature is sufficiently slow, then a completely ferritic matrix is obtained with the excess carbon being deposited on the already existing graphite.

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