The polymer selection listed are the most popular materials provided :

Buna N (Nitrile)

Has exceptional resistance to petroleum oils and gas lines. Resistance to hydrocarbons, acids, and bases is satisfactory. Temperatures range from -40°F to +212°F, with sporadic temperatures reaching +230°F. Excellent resistance to permanent compression. It has low ozone, UV, and weather resistance. Also available as an FDA compound.

Neoprene (Chloroprene)

Neoprene is resistant to grease, UV, and aging. Temperatures range from -40°F to +230°F, with occasional temperatures reaching +250°F. The resistance to compression set is adequate. Chemical resistance to silicone oil and grease, refrigerants, ammonia, and carbon dioxide. Also available as an FDA-approved chemical.


Silicone has excellent elastomeric qualities at both low and high temperatures. Should not be exposed to fuels, solvents or silicone fluids. Silicone is highly resistant to ozone, aging, and weathering. Serviceable temperature range from -67°F to +400°F, intermittent to +450°F. Also available as an FDA-approved chemical.


EPDM combines excellent resistance to deteriorative effects of ozone, oxygen, weather, heat and a variety of chemicals. Its has a serviceable temperature range of -40°F to +250°F, with intermittent operation up to +275°F. It is not recommended for use in contact with petroleum oils or fluids. Also available as an FDA compound.

Fluoroelastomer (Viton®)

Viton® is excellent resistance to high temperatures, ozone, oxygen, fuels, mineral oil and synthetic hydraulic fluids. Maximum operating temperatures range from 400°F in continuous service to 500°F in intermittent service. Also available as an FDA compound.


Polyurethane elastomers are known for their exceptional wear resistance, high tensile strength, and resistance to ozone and oxidation.

Natural Rubber

Many plants, including guayule, Russian dandelion, goldenrod, and dozens of other shrubs, vines, and trees, contain crude natural rubber in their fluids. The main source is the tree Hevea Brasiliensis, which is endemic to Brazil. Natural rubber provides excellent resilience, tensile strength, and tear resistance. It performs poorly when exposed to chemicals and petroleum compounds. Heat aging, resilience to sunshine, oxygen, ozone, solvents, and oils are all areas where natural rubber falls short of synthetics. The temperature ranges from -55°C to +55°C (-67°F to 122°F).

SBR (Buna S)

SBR is a styrene/butadiene copolymer with characteristics similar to natural rubber. It is more resistant to abrasion than natural rubber, wears better, and is more flexible at low temperatures. Though it has a higher water resistance than natural rubber, it has roughly the same resistance to solvents and chemicals. It is more resistant to heat and heat aging than natural rubber, and when exposed to excessive heat, it hardens and becomes brittle rather than relaxing. The resistance to sunlight and ozone is comparable to natural rubber. The temperature range for SBR is -55°C to +70°C (-67°F to +158°F).


Butyl rubber is a polymer composed of isobutylene and isoprene. It possesses extremely low gas and moisture permeability, as well as excellent resistance to heat, weather, ozone, chemical attack, flexing, abrasion, and ripping. It is resistant to phosphate ester-based hydraulic fluids and provides excellent electrical isolation. Butyl is not recommended for use in conjunction with petroleum oils or fluids. The temperature ranges from -55°C to +120°C (-67°F to +248°F).


When parts are fabricated from TFE (polytetrafluroethylene), their remarkable chemical, electrical, mechanical, and thermal qualities become obvious. TFE has the following properties: exceptional corrosion resistance, excellent weathering, nonflammability, very low frictional coefficient, no adhesive, high heat resistance, surface resistivity, FDA compliance, and USDA approved. Teflon's temperature range is -200°C to +260°C (-328°F to +500°F).


Representation     : K.M. Karunanithi
Investment Type   : Single (RRP-100%)
Establishment       : December 2004
Location                   : Chennai, Tamilnadu

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Plant Layout


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100 Lakhs 10 Lakhs 110 Lakhs

Sales Trends

YEAR 2017 2018 2019
VALUE 4 Crores 4.25 Crores 7 Crores

Machineries & Equipments

Machineries Equipments
Description QTY Description QTY
12 Mill 1 UTM 1
Blank Cutting Machine 2 Hardness shore A 1
Air Compressor 1 Aging Oven 1
50 TON Press 7 Densi Meter 1
20 TON Press 5 Vaccum Resistance Tester 1
Blank Cutting Machine 2 Hardness shore A 1
- - Vernier Caliper 2
- - Thickness Gauge 1
- - Weighing Machine (30Kg) 4
Total 16 Total 12

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Digital & Analog Blank Cutters

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