Extrusion Plants in India

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Extrusion is the process to create cross-section objects. Extruded aluminium is also used to create wide range of alloys. There are a number of aluminium extrusion plants in India. However like the Indian aluminium industry, where the top few companies dominate the industry, the top players of the market also own the majority of the extrusion plants in India.

List of extrusion plants in India



Hindalco Extrusion Plants

Renukoot

Renukoot is the largest plant of Hindalco. Located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Renukoot plant was established in 1962. Besides having a smelter plant, Renukoot also has an aluminium extrusion plant. Currently it has a capacity of 33,000 tpa.

Alupuram

Alupuram plant, though initially started producing aluminium ingot in 1943, currently produces aluminium extrusions only, as the smelter had to shut down. It currently has the capacity of 13,000 tpa. There are two extrusion presses, heat treatment facility and solutionizing furnaces in the plant.

Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd. (Balco) Extrusion Plants

Korba

Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd (Balco) has aluminium extrusion production plant located at Korba. Situated in the state of Chhattisgarh, the Korba plant has three extrusion presses including the capacities of 3150 tonnes, 2500 tonnes and 800 tonnes.

Jindal Aluminium Ltd (JAL)

Jindal Aluminium Ltd. started manufacturing aluminium extrusions in 1968 in Bangalore. It currently has the capacity of 75,000 tpa. It also has 6 aluminium extrusion presses – 2 of 2200 tonnes, 1 each of 750 tonnes, 1500 tonnes, 1650 tonnes and 4000 tonnes.

Location Map of Extrusion Plants in India



Extrusion Map

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Last Updated on 4/20/2011